Sales Team Keepers & Expendables
Observations & Ideas from a Veteran
Wednesday, August 5, @ 10 am MDT / 12 pm EDT
During these unsettled times, it's no wonder prospects are confused. Is every member of your sales team rising to meet the challenge?

During this one-hour session, industry sales and marketing veteran Ross Robbins will discuss the difference between sales team keepers and expendables. Discover the seven deadly sins which make some expendable, and learn the effective strategies keepers use to achieve more good sales.

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Presented by:
Ross Robbins
Ross Robbins, MIRM, CMP, MCSP
Instructor, Home Builder University

Ross Robbins has been in home building for over 40 years, in field construction management, customer service, design, finance, on site sales, sales management, marketing and corporate management. He was the owner of two successful Denver home building companies, a student of and a consultant with The Shinn Group for several years, and as The Homebuilder Coach he taught sales skills and management skills to delighted builder clients around the country. A certified instructor for NAHB, he authored House Construction as a Selling Tool, coauthored the Certified New Home Sales Professional course and was presented the Trina Ripley Excellence in Education Award. 
 
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