Sales Training


Bridging the Sales Training to Execution Gap

In most classroom environments, there is little intention to show students how they would apply their learning in real world situations – nor do the training materials (text books) show how it is applied to day to day life. Not surprisingly, your sellers often feel the same way, after exiting training. If sellers find it difficult to apply learning to real-world scenarios, the value of the learning retention is diminished. We call this the gap between learning (training) and execution (real-life application).
Instead, sellers need the following to bridge this gap between learning and execution – automated, seller journeys and contextual learning.