February got off to a fast start at Outsource, which hosted one of its largest sales training sessions to date. Six employees, all recently promoted into Account Manager and Outside Sales positions, participated in the weeklong course of orientation and training at corporate headquarters in Los Angeles. “A big part of Outsource’s success can be attributed to the fact that our team members consistently provide an exceptional level of service to our clients, and that starts right here at the Sales training,” Vice President of Sales Sam Jarvis said. “We focus on making sure every person on our new Sales team walks out of here with a deep understanding of our clients’ business needs and how Outsource is uniquely able to address them.”
The sessions provide participants the additional training they need and provides role-playing challenges so they are equipped to handle anything the trainees might encounter once they return to their branch offices. Regional Director of Operations Jenny Zhao, who also helped lead the course, said, “It was a very positive class and one of the larger sales training sessions we’ve had.”
The courses are a great opportunity to learn and practice the company’s methods, gain the skills needed for success, and to receive mentoring from our senior employees. But the week wasn’t just about work. Monday night, everyone got together for happy hour, followed by a group dinner on Wednesday. It was great to see so many members of the Outsource family taking a break to socialize and have a good time together.
Congratulations to all and best of luck in your continued success and growth with Outsource!
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