Makeover Those Dreaded Sales Meetings

Sales meetings do not have to be dull, dreary time-wasters.

Sales meetings are the perfect opportunity to inspire your sales team for the coming week/month/quarter, according to a recent blog by Jonathan Farrington.

Farrington presents ten suggestions to help you change those dull, dragging sales meetings into dynamic, inspiring events.

Three of his suggestions for firing things up include:

  • Start meetings on-time and set a zero-tolerance policy for late arrivals.
  • Start the meeting with a tone that is relaxed, encouraging and inspiring.
  • Do not deliver negative performance criticism during the meeting. You will suck the life out of everyone. Don’t just present objectives, sell them.

For the rest of Farrington’s thoughtful, inspiring and easy to implement ideas, follow the link below.


Vickilynn is a Novelist whose first book "Waving Backwards" was published in July 2015. She is also a Blogger at Adoptionfind Blog. Previously, she was a Freelance marketing copywriter at OpenView.
You might also like ...
Your Guide to Outbound Automation: How Thena 10x Outbound Without BDRs

Does automating outbound sales efforts really work? It can and it does, as shown in this post by Thena. They use automated outbound to 10x their efforts. Here’s how they do it.

by Kyle Poyar
HR & Leadership
Sales Hiring Crystal Ball: How to Hire Sales Leaders Who Thrive

How do you find and hire a sales leader who can thrive in today’s rocky selling environment. Expert Amy Volas lays it out here.

by Amy Volas
Product-Led Growth
The 3 Part Framework for Designing Efficient B2B SaaS Organizations in 2024 and Beyond

B2B SaaS companies need to not only learn how to “do more with less” but also “do different with what we have.” This three-part framework can help.

by Mark Khavkin, Jonathan Tice