Modern Leadership 1
Modern Leadership 1

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Your Global Training and Seminars Partner

                     (Online and Onsite) 

   Our Mission: B.I.G.

  • Build Competencies

  • Inspire Innovation and Creativity

  • Grow Performance Capacity

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Sales Training

Grounded in behavioral science, our innovative, relevant and effective  content has been specially designed to address the needs of both modern buyers and salespeople. The sales training curriculum we offer...

Modern Leadership Skills Training

An excellent leader exhibits a drive to do more for their team and is seldom complacent with the status quo. They strive to understand each of their team members' needs and uncover more ways to help them achieve their goals... 

E-NovateTM Vital Business Skills

A wide range of critical  business skills training available to support your company's existing framework... 

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Our Clients

Today’s marketing environment is complex; the market is competitive,

technology is making alternatives and low-distribution methods possible,

product life-cycles are accelerating, and customers are becoming less loyal and more sophisticated while becoming more demanding. The nature of buyer-seller exchanges and account management has shifted from a

simplistic production-and-sales perspective to a more complex role of

partnering with customers. Competing in this environment requires firms to

possess the best group of salespeople. Good salespeople continue to

have value in firms in generating sales and building strong, loyal customer

relationships. Salespeople play a key role not only in customer relationship

management but also in understanding, creating, communicating and

delivering values to customers, which increases the sales performance of

the firm. Therefore, not surprisingly, for decades, sales management

researchers have invested time in studying determinants of salesperson

performance. Researchers agree that self and role perception, innovative

aptitude, skill level and motivation level are the main determinants of salesperson performance.

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