Ziad Khoury: Increase Profits through a “Cultural Transformation” on the Frontline

Frontline Profit Machine will help a business increase profits by improving service and sales at the point of customer interaction, according to Khoury Performance Group. This is not just a matter of telling your staff to “focus on it” and to just “do it”; rather it requires a cultural transformation in the organization, encompassing among other things, training, a sense of ownership and empowerment among Frontline employees, measurement, and appropriate financial incentives—all part of the Khoury Performance Equation blueprint.

Ziad Khoury’s new book reveals:

  • How the Frontline can help increase top line revenue by 5 percent to 10 percent.
  • How to go beyond sales "improvement" to achieve peak performance.
  • How to sell this program internally within your organization for a win-win-win result for your customers’ employees and yourself.
  • How to develop the right environment to nurture a successful Frontline sales force.
  • How to implement the Khoury 6-Step Selling Process.
  • How you can use your company's Unique Recruitment Proposition to recruit sales talent.
  • How to develop best practice sales standards, the right measurement reports and the right training program.
  • How to design effective commission plans and how to recognize your staff and hold them accountable for results.
  • How to use the most effective sales tools to sculpt your team into a Frontline Profit Machine.

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