The second course in the Sales Operations/Management Specialization, Sales Force Management covers various aspects of hiring and personnel administration. Students will learn about job design and recruitment processes, tools of recruitment, the role of training in sales force development, and motivating salespeople to perform the tasks critical to an organization's success.
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來自SALES FORCE MANAGEMENT的熱門評論
This course covers everything you need to know about sales force management. However, I am having a hard time getting everything graded to show the class is complete
Extremely interesting , case studies make you think , lots of knowledge in this session but again Peer Reviews remain slow affecting your certification
In-depth and very practical delivery of the course. Thank you
關於 Sales Operations/Management 專項課程
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