You might be surprised to learn…

61% of sellers are rated as being ‘highly coachable’ by their managers, which we define as consistently seeking feedback. But what about the 32% of sellers who are neutral about receiving coaching?

That’s the opportunity for shifting team performance. 

The likelihood of being a high performer skyrockets when sellers have high ‘coachability’. Having team members neutral or negative toward coaching leaves performance benefits on the table. 

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