What does our company need to do internally in preparation of our sales re-launch?
The rapid sales turnaround begins with the power of preparation.
1. The entire organization must have a burning desire for massive growth in order to succeed
Most of the world lives in a constant state of mediocrity, and corporate America is no different. Survival, not extraordinary achievement, is the goal of the majority of organizations. Why risk failure when what you have is good enough to keep your job?
Companies that bring in Sage Warfield, on the other hand, have had enough of the status quo. From the Chief Executive to the mail clerk, our client's minds are focused on establishing a new standard of excellence.
In preparation for our sales growth initiative, insure that from top to bottom everyone in your company has totally bought in to what the ultimate objective is. Everyone should have butterflies in their belly...a nervous excitement where they are passionate and committed about what needs to be done---and realize that failure is not an option.
2. It's tough to recover from a slow start
You only get to launch this once...there are no mulligans in a sales launch initiative. Therefore, the entire company needs to be prepared to go from stationary to full acceleration in a nansecond. If everyone is not fully prepared from day one, the turnaround will have lost a key part of its mojo.
3. Pre-launch preparation
Insure that key leaders from across the company are available to meet with Sage if requested. Gather all of the information and data documented on the Sage Warfield Pre-Flight Checklist and make sure that it is submitted a minimum of 17 days before the launch.
It is essential that everyone in the company pour their heart and soul into this sales growth initiative. There should never be any question that we are all on the same page, and we are committed to each other until the very end.
If you commit to these four elements prior to our launch, it increases the power behind the launch and will inevitably lead to maximum sales acceleration.