B2B customers want a cohesive commercial experience with Orchestration.
1) Helping them to envision a possible outcome
2) Sharing patterns to help them see where to start
3) Providing them a path to make what’s possible real
4) Communicating the proof for the possible outcome
Orchestration in 4 steps
Your salespeople must be able to:
1) Engage executives and be relevant
2) Have an understanding of how their world works
3) Be change agents and overcome risk factors
4) Navigate a complex internal agreement network
So what does that have to do with #salesenablement?
It means that you need to connect the dots across:
People – everyone involved in the communications process
Process – make sure processes are integrated and aligned
Technology – simplify the burden and integrate the tools
Information – organize, share, and create feedback loops.
To be cohesive, all of this work must be done across organization silos. This is called “orchestration,” and it is the emerging role of the post-covid #salesenablement professional.
Join me and some special guests in my “expert pod” session at the Sales Enablement Society experience, where WILL have an engaging session to make this concept of orchestration more concrete.
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