Jason Atchley : Strategy : 3 Ways to Improve Strategy Communication

Jason Atchley : Strategy : 3 Ways to Improve Strategy Communication

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3 WAYS TO IMPROVE STRATEGY COMMUNICATION

June 22, 2015
Communicating the strategy with salespeople improves their ability to perform and reach goals. The Harvard Business Review noted that without fully understanding the sales plan, employees may not be able to meet benchmarks.
By using these three easy techniques to communicate a sales strategy with employees, a business can effectively implement its established sales technique.
“After hiring strong candidates, properly preparing them is crucial for successful strategy communication. “
1. Train the sales team 
After hiring strong candidates, properly preparing them for the sales process is crucial for successful strategy communication. HBR also notedkeeping the message simple yet deep is crucial, especially when employees are first learning the ropes. Each operation has a core reason why it conducts business and the sales strategy is often a reflection of this. Correlating these two and emphasizing the deeper meaning and intention behind a strategy can help ensure young employees comprehend.
2. Allow regular conversation and communication
If a salesperson has a question regarding the strategy, it should always be simple to reach out and find answers. Whether someone is available through email, chat, over the phone or in person, giving a resource to all employees is important.
3. Continue to educate and reinforce 
Employees should not cease learning about the implemented strategy after training. Continual dialog and repeating the connection between the business’s purpose and strategy can help ensure a strategy is fully communicated to all salespeople successfully.
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