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a person employed to represent a business and to sell its merchandise (as to customers in a store or to customers who are visited)

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Interestingly, these leaders don't need to be at the highest levels of the organization but can be middle managers and salespeople.
John Cranley, Robert Bogash, and David MacDowell were the salespeople in this transaction.
There are a few challenges for sales managers who come from the ranks of salespeople, though.
Consultative salespeople do research, ask questions and listen.
Researchers have poured countless hours into studying what makes salespeople successful.
The app saves salespeople around 30-60 minutes every day.
Tact Peek - Salespeople already love Tact's full-featured email client and its tight integration with Salesforce CRM.
Now, if you've been reading this column for any length of time, you'll know that I have something of a prejudice against salespeople and the art of the deal.
TO GET THAT ROI the business owner depends on the salespeople to behave and compete in effective and efficient manners.
26 percent of sales leaders who participated in the survey report that 70 percent of their salespeople met sales quotas; 56 percent report that between 50 and 69 percent of their salespeople made quota; and 20 percent report that less than half of their salespeople made quota.
Many salespeople find making that first contact so emotionally uncomfortable that they avoid it, delay it or fake it with ineffective strategies, like sending out colorful mailers, e-mail blasts, deflecting the identify ("I'm not selling anything") or calling on only limited, emotionally safe segments of the market.
The other conflict relationship is between two people who have different task and purpose, like a salespeople and an engineer (inter-functional conflict).
From the 2011 Data BookFrom the 2011 Data Book: Real estate brokers and salespeople continued to flee the industry in 2010, amid a still tenuous market.
About that time we were taking nominations for a section we were preparing to introduce, dubbed "Colorado's 25 Most Powerful Salespeople.
Synopsis: Salespeople in the field have the same need to emotionally attach to their workplace as other workers do, and the best companies know how to engage them regardless of how difficult it might be.