There are lots of questions that need to be answered when a sales manager is hired. What do they do? What do they make? What is their salary? What do they do that other sales managers don’t? The answer is more complicated than that, and we’ll dive into this in a future post. In the meantime, I’d recommend you watch this video from the LinkedIn group, where a team of sales managers from different companies are interviewed.
In this interview one of the managers is asking the other sales managers what they do and what they make. The answer is that they are part of a sales team and that they make a very good living.
That was probably the best answer I heard in a group that had salespeople from all different companies. It’s a very good example of how to answer, “what does a marketing manager do that other sales managers don’t?” The answer is that sales managers are part of a sales team and that they make a good living.
This is why they should do a little more research before giving their answers. Even if what they say is true and a lot of sales teams in the industry make a good living, most people are never asked, so they wouldn’t know.
Sales Managers are a small % of the salesforce. Even if Sales Managers make a good living, they are still paid to be there, and that’s not what most salespeople would want. They want to work on deals, make deals, make deals. So when asked what sales manger makes a good living, most people would say that it’s a part time job because salesmanagers have to do a lot more than just sales.
Sales Managers are the person in charge of all the deals being done. They are in charge of setting up meetings, making the deal, negotiating the deal, and taking care of all the other aspects of the deal. If you ever think about it, how many sales managers do you know? You probably have one in your team. You don’t have to be a sales manager to be a good sales manger, you just have to be involved in the sales process.
Sales Managers are the ones who negotiate the details for all the deals. They are the ones who are the ones who are in charge of making sure everything is set up and done in a proper manner. They are the ones who decide whether or not the deal is worth it by the end of the day. They are the ones who make the deals happen, and they do it well.
In our experience, the two things that most often have driven sales managers to take on a sales position in the first place are a strong desire to sell more and a desire to be good at it. Even though sales managers are often the ones making the deals that bring customers to your store, they are not the only ones making those deals. There are also vendors and suppliers in the mix who want to see the deals happen in a manner that leads to profit.
We’ve seen some vendors and suppliers make the deals happen in a manner that shows that they are making profit. We’ve seen some vendors and suppliers make the deals happen in a way that leads to a very high level of customer satisfaction. Of course, when you’re dealing with people who are trying to make you rich, it’s always hard to know whether they are just doing it for the money or for something more.
I’ve been a C-level caterer for many years. I use the term “level” because those caterers can go anywhere from the highest to the lowest in their industry. This is something that is very difficult to quantify, and yet the level of satisfaction that they are able to give their customers is very high.