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Five Steps to Get More Aligned With Sales

How to Align More Closely with Your Sales Group and Generate Improved Results with Far Fewer Conflicts

While it may be easy to view the Sales group as the enemy, it’s far more effective to take purposeful steps toward aligning more closely with them. In this tutorial, you'll learn about:

  • Why and how foxhole dynamics can develop amongst a number of non-Sales departments.
  • How alignment with Sales can not only help generate results, it can protect you personally.
  • Five straightforward steps toward fostering a better working relationship with integrity.
  • How one pricing team created alignment by finding common ground around key accounts.

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