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[On-Demand Webinar] Win Labs: A Comprehensive, Repeatable Process for Winning More Sales

When you look at your pipeline, do you see opportunities that just won't move?

Do days, weeks, and even months go by with the same opportunities staring back at you?

Worse yet, are you losing more of your opportunities than you'd like?

No doubt, these are the same opportunities that would make the biggest difference to your quarterly results if only you could crack the code.

This is where sales opportunity management comes in. It's the planning to win that drives the right execution and gets you the results you know you can achieve.

In this on-demand webinar, John Doerr, President of RAIN Group and bestselling author of Insight Selling, shares a comprehensive, repeatable process proven to create sales strategies that re-charge persistent pipeline cloggers and help you win more deals.

You'll learn:

  • The 4 questions you must answer before pursuing any opportunity with extra effort
  • The 5 key categories of RAIN Group's Sales Opportunity Planner
  • How and when to use Big Play strategies
  • How Win Labs can help you consistently win your most important opportunities

If you want your sales opportunities to sail through your pipeline, and to find yourself in the winner's circle more often, this webinar is a must-see.

Click here to access the on-demand webinar.

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