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Reducing the Friction Between Sales & Pricing

Proven Strategies and Tactics for More Productive Interactions with the Sales Team

Some amount of "friction" between Sales and Pricing is to be expected. After all, you have very different jobs that each carry different priorities, concerns, and perspectives. But while a little friction is normal...and can actually be healthy...too much can stop you in your tracks. So when the friction starts getting in the way of progress and performance, you have to be proactive and take steps to reduce it.In this on-demand webinar, you'll learn about:

  • How to address the underlying root-causes behind the main sources of conflict and disagreement.
  • How to identify mutually-beneficial solutions and design flexible approaches that work for everyone.
  • How to develop the right inter-personal skills to reduce tensions while still getting what you need.
  • How to leverage other influential sources of information to mitigate the "just your opinion" dynamic.

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