The Sales Leadership Forum is a membership organization dedicated to helping sales leaders increase revenue by implementing a repeatable and measurable sales process.
The Sales Leadership Forum provides actionable strategies and real-world sales coaching through three key components:
Sales Leadership Forum
A monthly two hour session filled with relevant sales leadership content to help you increase your competency and skills as a leader. Learn the six major components of sales effective management. These in-depth programs explore topics like: Increasing sales ratios; Shortening sales cycles; Increasing available selling time; Measuring & adjusting performance metrics.
Peer Consulting Group
Part of the monthly forum, not only do members help each other with internal issues, ideas and thoughts, but each member is guided through curriculum to develop, document and deploy precise sales management processes. These lively peer exchanges provide an opportunity to find solutions to real-world scenarios.
One on One Coaching
Beyond the monthly sales leadership forum, each member will be eligible for one monthly coaching session to develop strategies and tactics relevant to your business. PSS Sales Coach can also design sales training programs to bring concepts from the Sales Leadership Forum to your organization
About Bernie Unterreiner
Teacher / Mentor / Coach
Bernie brings 25-plus years of proven experience to the table. From Salesperson of the Year in his business, to Salesperson of the Year for the entire company, to being awarded Sales Center of the Year five times, to explosive growth in the company’s largest subsidiary. With the help of his sales leadership, the company rose from $300 million of business to $3.5 billion. The company became a Wall Street Darling and the main reason was their repeatable and measurable sales process. As SVP of Sales calling on the 50 largest banks in the country, Bernie led the channel with $1.5 billion of business Their businesses maintained the number one spot in market share amongst their peers in six of seven businesses.