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Recent Posts by Dave Bell


Dave is a proven sales manager intent on providing real solutions to his clients, and successful careers to those he leads; proving the old adage that “a rising tide lifts all ships.” He consistently delivers sales above quota for his clients through extensive experience in both inside and outside sales, both as a direct rep manager and executive.

Dave is a results-oriented executive with multiple wins in sales leadership roles: including MarketStar, Deseret Digital Media, and NU ROCK Asphalt. He has a proven track record of getting the most from individual performers to achieve team goals, and is a highly motivated self-starter player-coach, willing to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with his reps.

Dave earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from the University of Utah.

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2 Ways to Provide Empowerment when Managing Sales Reps

You have no doubt heard the phrase, “People are your most valuable resource.” Nowhere is that more true than in the world of B2B sales. Experienced, committed, savvy sales professionals are your most valuable asset, especially if you empower them to be valuable. Good sales reps are not service bots or order takers simply tasked with achieving quotas; they are skilled professionals who understand the value of what they are selling, how that value proposition meets customer needs, and the lifeblood of your revenue generation engine. When it comes to managing sales reps effectively, empowering them to succeed always yields better results.

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5 Little-Known Secrets to Improve Sales Productivity

It’s no surprise that an effective, efficient sales process is a huge driver behind hitting revenue targets. In fact, 79 percent of the top sales and marketing executives said that improving productivity of existing reps is a primary concern, according to recent research.

Sure, every manager strives to operate a well-oiled sales machine. However, implementing a high-performing sales culture depends on your ability to create a productive work environment. 

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