Why sales managers shouldn't be making sales

02/1/2012 | Sales Benchmark Index

Some organizations believe that sales managers should spend some of their time pursuing deals, but managers should instead focus on sharing their expertise, writes Scott Gruher. "Transferring knowledge leads to consistent long-term results and helps create a bench within the sales team for future promotion opportunities," he writes.

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