HubSpot has launched a new accreditation, Frictionless Sales. It's free and a good way to get your sales team more productive.
Here's what HubSpot say about it.
"In the world of inbound, businesses are visualized as flywheels instead of funnels. A flywheel is a machine that stores rotational energy, and its spin represents your company's growth. You can increase that growth by adding force to the flywheel or by removing friction from it.
Sales organizations in general have no problem using force. If you want to help your sales team grow better, you need to find ways to remove friction. Learn how to use the frictionless selling framework so that your team can spend more time selling. Also, discover how to align your team with your target buyer and how to transform your team through a culture of learning."
It's free. You can sign up here.
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