Sales motivators – what drives your team?
7th April 2016 | Andrew Dugdale
The data analysis provided here offers insight into what motivates “account managers”.
Motivators are the extrinsic factors that determine whether your salespeople really get up in the morning “ready to rock and roll”’ – or not! The global data in the following charts provide insight into what motivates people from different regions. It will help sales leaders decide whether in general they are applying the most relevant motivators for their account managers.
Let’s start by taking a brief look at the role definition of “account manager” in the context of this research.
Account manager role definition
The definition of the account manager role as used in this data analysis is: “The role of an account manager is to engage at C suite level to proactively retain and develop existing client relationships and income from a portfolio of significant clients, and also to develop and grow new client relationships. An account manager is expected to manage a client portfolio in order to maximize the long-term mutual value of the relationship for both parties.”*
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