Want to Know How to Increase Sales? Use this Powerful Cure for the Blame-Game Virus

Want to Know How to Increase Sales? Use this Powerful Cure for the Blame-Game Virus

In my Sales Audit work, I’m amazed by how often we see a lack of accountability in the entire sales team. It’s like a virus that infects every function of the sales process.

Have you observed this virus in your Millennial Sales Team?

Of course, I shouldn’t be that surprised. Our research shows that 60% of all salespeople have weak responsibility

These salespeople often resort to playing blame-games. The list of whom or what to blame is endless. I hear about the uncooperative economy, the tight marketplace, the stiff competition, incompetent colleagues, and, of course, the bad boss.

Passing blame becomes a comfortable habit.

Do you need a cure for the blame-game virus? Then check out my eBook, Millennial Sales Accountability. It has fresh ideas about how to ratchet up accountability – and cure the blame-game virus – in each of your Millennial team members.

“The blame game never works. When a person chooses to shift blame, they completely discard their God-given creativity and genius.”~ Danita Bye, Millennials Matter

This article featured in my January 2019 newsletter

To learn more about accountability you can read these articles as well:

Sales Performance Management: Tips for Creating an Excuse-Free Culture (Part 1)

How to Increase Sales Accountability Through ‘Feed-Forward’ Coaching

How to Increase Sales by Converting Negative Sales Energy into Positive Sales Results & Fire in the Belly

How to Increase Sales by Coaching your Millennial Sales Leaders to take Accountability

Is Your Millennial Leadership Taking Ownership of their Sales Results?

Are your Millennial Leadership getting around to reaching their goals?

Leadership Lesson: An accountable sales leader does not blame others for their lack of results.

Leadership Question: What are you doing to get rid of the blame-game virus in your sales organization?


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