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Before you dismiss this by saying, "My people are team oriented and performance focused," take a few minutes to ask your sales staff how they describe their job responsibilities. See job through their eyes for a minute and confirm for yourself that vision they have is one that says, "My job is to aggressively grow sales and develop long term client relationships." Make sure that they don't see anything to blame between themselves and a sale. Properly focused sales teams are happier, easier to manage and far more productive than those who play Blame Game.
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Stephen Waterhouse is Principal and Founder of Waterhouse Group. They specialize in helping companies increase their sales and profits.