“Sales Growth Planning for the Non-Sales Executive” Workshop Delivered by Advisor Susan Tourville

  • Sales Xceleration Team
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Sales Xceleration Advisor Susan Tourville recently partnered with Foxwood Associates to co-facilitate “Sales Growth Planning for the Non-Sales Executive”, hosted at Wipfli LLP in Green Bay WI.  Local CEOs, Presidents and Owners of B2B companies with sales ranging from $2M to $40M were invited to attend this event on May 16th.

A large portion of Workshop time was dedicated to engaging the full room of participants. Strategy Tuning (powered by Sales Xceleration) laid the foundation by sharing sales organization best practice necessities and Foxwood Associates built upon that by sharing key company-wide readiness strategies to ensure the resulting sales growth could be sustainable. The facilitators processed through unrehearsed, live scenarios provided by attendees to demonstrate how the presented models could be effectively applied to varying company sizes and industries.

The events were extremely well received, as evidenced by attendee comments:

 “I think it was a great mix of giving “overview,” but still providing tangible content that enabled me to walk away with immediate items I could apply to my business.”

“Each speaker could have filled the entire 2-hour session, given how rich and engaging the subject matter was.”

“Great experience with the most engaging presenters I’ve seen in a long time!” 

Susan is the Founder of Strategy Tuning, a sales effectiveness consulting firm that guides small and mid-sized businesses to break through growth barriers.  For the past 25+ years, Susan has built a solid career by leading accounts from $1M to $1B across multiple industries.

To learn more about Susan and how she can help your business achieve sales success, click here.  Curious about how your company’s infrastructure measures up?  Take Susan’s free, 10-question, Sales Agility Assessment to receive a report detailing where your sales organization is strong, and where there may be room for improvement.