Sales Training Procedure | AD1050
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The purpose of the Sales Training Procedure is to identify important subject areas for competency, create a sales training plan that meets training needs, implement the plan, and monitor and improve the plan as required.
The Sales Training Procedure applies to sales management and the sales department in creating and executing the sales training plan. strong> (18 pages, 1540 words)
Sales Training Responsibilities:
The Sales Manager should create and implement the AD1050-3SALES TRAINING PLAN, and maintain the AD1050-1SALES COMPETENCY MATRIX and AD1050-2 INDIVIDUAL SALES TRAINING RECORD.
Top Management should approve the AD1050-3 SALES TRAINING PLAN.
All Sales Personnel should participate in the department training as specified in the AD1050-3 SALES TRAINING PLAN
Sales Training Plan Definitions:
Training – Any formal or informal, organized effort or instruction to improve knowledge, skills, or competence levels.
Skill – An ability, coming from one’s knowledge, practice, aptitude, etc., to do something consistently well
Competency – The quality of being adequately or well qualified physically and intellectually to perform particular tasks.
- Sales Training Plan
- Sales Training
- Monitoring Sales Training
- Improving Sales Training
Sales Training Procedure Forms
Sales Training System Pieces
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