THE IES BRINGS SALES PROFESSIONALS ACTION STEPS THEY CAN IMPLEMENT RIGHT NOW FOR SALES SUCCESS!
Morgan Ingram says, “When you commit yourself to be persistent towards your sales goals, you will see the light at the end of the tunnel. Keep Dialing!”
He’ll be a featured panelist at the ExecVision Momentum Conference on September 9-10.
He’s spending his time helping sales organizations break through the noise Right Now.
He says there’s more pressure to do the same things over and over again…but are they working right now?
He’s on the leading edge of sales performance. On this webinar, he’ll specifically address:
• LinkedIn Video
• Writing compelling emails
• Asking for referrals
• Plus much more!
On the webcast, IES Cofounder Fred Diamond interviews the top sales leaders on the planet to give sales professionals advice and ideas on how to engage customers and lead teams as the world emerges from the pandemic.
The webcasts have been attended by thousands of sales professionals across the globe. Diamond’s interviewing skills have been labeled as “unparalleled, “inquisitive,” and “peerless.”
ABOUT MORGAN INGRAM
Morgan is one of the top 50 sales performance experts to watch, says Fred Diamond.
Morgan is a Director of Execution and Evolution at JB Sales, focusing on delivering training to sales development teams to enhance their skillsets and performance. Previously, Morgan was the Sales Development Manager at Terminus where he managed a team of 13 SDRs to help B2B marketers do account-based marketing at scale. Morgan joined Terminus in early 2016 and helped scale the company to become the fastest growing startup in Atlanta.
In addition to his role at JB Sales, Morgan produces his own YouTube series, The SDR Chronicles, with more than 100 videos providing SDRs with motivation, advice and tactics. At only 25, Morgan has been named one of the “Top 50 Sales Leaders to Follow” by LinkedIn, and a “Top 25 Sales Development Thought Leader” by Inside Sales. Morgan’s work has been featured in Forbes, Sales Hacker, the Hubspot blog, and the Harvard Business Review.