Sales Management Articles


Setting Goals for Career Advancement

Setting Goals is the Pathway to Success

Consistently setting sales goals and meeting them creates a pathway to attaining larger, long-term goals. Each success can be a step toward promotion or professional achievement.


Sale Strategy

A Good Sales Strategy Includes These Elements

You need sound marketing and business strategies, but don’t overlook creating a sales strategy that concentrates on closing the sale and is focused around the customer.


Sales Management Job Outlook

Sales Manager Job Outlook

Sales managers have shown to be a highly compensated professional as shown in this article.


5 Easy Steps to Become a Top Sales Representative

5 Easy Steps to Become a Top Sales Representative

"Advance your sales career and become a top sales representative with these five tips from the University of San Francisco.


5 Mistakes That Can Cost You Sales

5 Mistakes That Can Cost You Sales

Five mistakes that can cost you sales, from the University of San Francisco.


5 Tips for Setting Sales Goals

5 Tips for Setting Sales Goals

Setting sales goals is an important task for a sales manager and sales professional. Here are 5 tips for setting sales goals for yourself or your sales force. 


5 Sales Management Techniques to Stay Inspired

5 Sales Management Techniques to Stay Inspired

Sales techniques – 5 sure fire ways for sales managers to stay inspired through organizational obstacles, customer challenges and leading an unmotivated sales team. 


Advance you sales career with sales management training

Advance Your Career in Sales

Learn how to advance your career in sales with sales management training from the University of San Francisco.


Happy people in High Paying Sales Career

High-Paying Careers in Sales

Information about high paying careers in sales including salary and commissions.


How to become a better sales manager

How to Become a Sales Manager

Sales Management Training Program - Get your sales management training from the University of San Francisco’s School of Business and Management.