Episode 21: How to measure the success of your business development

Being successful at business development isn’t easy. In fact, do you put off doing business development because you’re worried that you won’t get the results you want? Perhaps it’s become a task you dread – and you just feel like you’re not good at business development and struggle to want to make time for it? Don’t worry – you’re not alone! 

In fact, most people actually HAVE the tools and skills to be successful when it comes to business development. But it’s because they don’t measure the success of their business development properly, they can start to feel like they don’t know how to do it/ that their business development skills aren’t effective – and they can end up avoiding it altogether. (Which we know isn’t going to help us make more profit right?!)

In this episode, I’m sharing the metrics that you *really* need to focus on when it comes to business development (and you’ll be pleased to hear that it’s not all tracking LinkedIn connection requests and endless spreadsheet-ing!) Instead, we’re focusing on the key areas that you need to focus on and that are crucial to the success of your business development.

We’re going to be covering:

  • The FIVE core metrics that you need to focus on in order to see maximum results from your business development. We’ll be looking at these key areas in detail so that you know exactly what you need to be tracking to get the fast results you want! (And I’ll be sharing the things that you can avoid tracking forevermore too!)
  • The psychological reasons that we avoid tracking our numbers, why it’s totally normal – and how you can motivate yourself to start… even if you think that your numbers are low/ small/ not worth measuring! If we can understand why we don’t take action/ monitor our activities, it makes it much easier to understand our triggers and start moving past them. 
  • How to use your metrics to create easy and simple analysis of what is actually working in your business – and where you can ‘let go’. I’m sharing the top secrets used by real salespeople so that you can start measuring your metrics effectively AND enjoy using them to skyrocket your sales.

Alongside all of this gold, I’ll also be sharing;

  • The real definition of metrics and the clearest ways to use them so that you can create predictable, consistent and scalable sales results.
  • Why selling on social media has been distracting you from the real metrics that you need to be focusing on in order to generate business to business (B2B) sales – and how to refocus your attention.
  • The next steps for metrics tracking; why they become pointless if you don’t use them to create clear plans of action – and how to do that in quick and simple ways.

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