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Hello Friend!

At this blog you will see me present experiences, lessons and skills picked up in the last 28 years.  Sales was not my first passion, but it grew on me and I have enjoyed the amazing journey it took me on.

Teaching and  Training have been lifelong passions. I tutored fellow students while at school and continued teaching actively even after I got a full-time job.  Training activities took root after I entered Corporate life, but it was in the last decade that I did it professionally.

This blog is primarily about Sales Techniques and allied topics but will have material that would interest and assist a Sales Trainer too.

My fervent wish is that the articles presented here will kindle thoughts. In the months ahead I hope to see this blog become a resource for Sales Professionals & Trainers alike.

Hope this compendium of tips, tricks and ideas gathered from close to three decades of rich experience in Sales and Training profession will keep you interested and you will return here many more times in the years to come!

Jayadev Menon

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  1. Shivaram /Bangalore/India
    March 8, 2012 at 7:36 pm

    Hi, i am putting together a training portal and wanted to know, if you can contribute content, videos etc.

    Yet, to finalise the complete details, but do let me know, how and where you can contribute.

    Targeting the sales staff inside retail stores for a start.

    Looking at marketing the site, technology, and content creation.

    shivaram

    http://www.indian-retailer.blogspot.com
    also on linked in @ shivaram

    • JayadevM
      March 8, 2012 at 7:55 pm

      Hi Shivram, let’s talk! Have sent you an email on the subject.

  2. lornephi
    June 7, 2012 at 3:42 pm

    You captured some of the issues that are typical in developing new resources. With so much money spent on hiring you would think that companies would have better HR strategies to ensure they strongly develop their new employees. I enjoyed this so much that we have featured your blog for June on our site http://www.innovationsinpiping.com

    • JayadevM
      June 7, 2012 at 4:58 pm

      Hello Lorne,

      You are right. Companies often miss the obvious. They appoint resources and forget the next steps. People are expected to learn on their own. Some get through the process on their own but many stumble and fall by the wayside thanks to the neglect heaped on them. The sad part is that developing excellence is not at all difficult. It just need a smartly planned program that is implemented with diligence by the Managers and the H.R. Team. But they often miss the bus.

      It is wonderful to see your comments here.

      Thank you for reading and for giving my blog the special status of “Featured Blog” at your blog.

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