From infancy, when we learn to take our first steps, we are on the move! In a very mobile world, we seek to go from place to place in a moment’s notice. In the work environment, there are times when we have to be mobile to be effective and it’s a simple fact – sales professionals are mobile. They are constantly on the go and out in the field. Organizations are always looking for ways to keep their edge and provide creative and competitive Sales Enablement tools to their sales team. However, until recently, meeting the needs of a mobile workforce had been a difficult challenge. Mobile tools were not adequate for effective learning or performance support; they simply couldn’t provide a positive, just-in-time relevant, learning experience. In the last year, the innovation in smart phone and tablet technology has made on-demand, mobile sales enablement a reality.
Join Stacey Harris, VP of Research and Advisory Services at Brandon Hall Group, and Maureen Haga of M2Execution to hear how M2Execution took their Sales enablement coaching tool from idea to concept to a successful going mobile platform (environment) for sales professionals. See best practices from an organization that has successfully joined the mobile revolution. This informative webinar: Going Mobile: Coaching and Mentoring your Sales and Support Teams in a Mobile Environment: M2Execution’s Story will be held on Wednesday, June 27 at 1pm. Topics include:
- Strategic factors to consider when creating a mobile environment
- Why M2Execution went mobile
- Considerations when transforming learning content for mobile
- Mobile design and development of best practices
- Choosing a mobile partner
- Lessons learned from a successful implementation
This will definitely be one webinar you won’t want to miss. So, get MOVING and register for SUCCESS! Register today.
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