Motivating Your Sales Force
Gower Publishing, Ltd., 1995 - 132 pages
A practical guide to developing a realistic programme of motivation. It describes ways of satisfying sales staff, while at the same time meeting planned objectives. The final chapter is designed to help the reader construct a programme for action in relation to his or her own sales force.
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