We are delighted to announce that Paul Mitchell has joined the Sales Xceleration team of licensed Advisors.
Paul brings considerable experience and expertise in sales management consulting to serve businesses in the Los Angeles, California area. As a results-focused sales professional, he has a strong track record optimizing bottom-line performance in a variety of industries across the nation.
Paul has been a sales leader for over 20 years and has led small business and enterprise teams. He focuses on scaling sales teams responsibly. He is a “servant leader” who believes personal and professional growth and improvement happen when helping others reach their potential. Paul also employs the concept of “appreciative inquiry” to play to people’s strengths and identify what works so that can be replicated and expanded. He believes growth happens when individuals and teams continue to enhance their strengths and build on prior successes.
When working with an organization, he helps each team member understand their role in the company’s success; and then emphasizes how their individual strengths can make the whole organization better. Recent successes include helping an underperforming client grow sales so they were positioned for a subsequent profitable company sale.
Now, as an outsourced Los Angeles-area sales consultant and licensed Sales Xceleration Advisor, Paul will leverage the power of Sales Xceleration’s proven sales growth and sales management systems to help small and medium-sized businesses increase sales and boost profits for sustainable sales performance. We are confident Paul will be a tremendous asset for businesses in the area.
To learn more about Paul and how he can help your business succeed, check out his website. Curious about how your sales organization compares to the ideal model? Take Paul’s free, 10-question, Sales Agility Assessment and receive a custom report outlining what you are doing well, and where there may be room for improvement.
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