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with Tim Wackel
Tim Wackel joins me on #BizLockerRadio this week to talk sales. How qualified is he? How about the No. 1 rep out of 10,000? You’ll want to listen in and find out how you can sell your way to No. 1!
Tim is the founder and president of The Wackel Group, a training and consulting firm dedicated to helping organizations find, win and keep customers for life. His numerous achievements include being personally recognized by Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard as their top sales professional in a 10,000 person sales force.
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About Tim Wackel: Tim is one of today’s most popular sales speakers because he makes information entertaining, memorable and easy to understand. He combines more than 25 years of successful sales leadership with specific client research to deliver high-impact programs that go beyond today’s best practices.
Today Tim is hired by clients who want their managers and salespeople to succeed in business and in life. His list of clients includes organizations like Allstate, BMC Software, Cisco, Dow Chemical, Philips Healthcare, Hewlett Packard, Wells Fargo as well as many professional and trade associations.
Kelly Riggs is a business performance coach and founder of the Business LockerRoom. A former national Salesperson of the Year and serial entrepreneur, Kelly is a recognized thought leader in the areas of sales, management leadership, and strategic planning. He serves clients ranging from small, privately held companies to Fortune 500 firms. Kelly has written two books: “1-on-1 Management™: What Every Great Manager Knows That You Don’t” and “Quit Whining and Start SELLING! A Step-by-Step Guide to a Hall of Fame Career in Sales.”