Sales Onboarding: Accelerating New Hire Productivity for Consistent Production

Tuesday, November 29, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Mohit Garg, Co-Founder, MindTickle and Tracy Meersman, Director, Learning and Sales Enablement, CrowdStrike

This webcast introduces a new onboarding framework that helps new sales reps to become productive faster. Learn how companies are using a structured, milestone-driven approach to onboard sales reps faster, creating significant revenue impact. The presenters will discuss how to:

  • Develop a best-in-class sales onboarding program.
  • Measure and monitor key performance indicators.
  • Use best practices to increase onboarding’s effectiveness.


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Mohit  Garg
Mohit Garg

Co-Founder, MindTickle

Mohit Garg is co-founder and chief customer officer of MindTickle, a SaaS platform for online employee learning. Mohit is responsible for the company’s marketing and sales initiatives across North America and Europe. He previously held senior positions in management consulting at Diamond Management & Technology Consultants and PricewaterhouseCoopers, USA. He has product development experience and a proven track record in Silicon Valley startups, including Aruba Networks and Iospan Wireless.

Tracy Meersman
Tracy Meersman

Director, Learning and Sales Enablement, CrowdStrike

Tracy Meersman is the director of learning and sales enablement at CrowdStrike, one of the fastest-growing technology companies in Silicon Valley. She previously led sales enablement at Intel Security, Perquest, EMC, and ADP and has extensive experience in solving complex sales onboarding and training challenges. She is passionate about helping others exceed their potential.


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