Dec. 19, 2008 –
El Monte, Calif. – Lee B. Salz, a Minneapolis-based sales management guru and president of Sales Architects, has
won a 2008 Sales Book Awards Silver Medal for his book, “Soar Despite Your Dodo Sales Manager,” according to WBusiness
Books, Salz’s publisher.
took a Silver Medal in the Sales Motivation Category. Additionally, his book was among the top 12 Landslide Sales Book of
the Year Finalists.
“With the current economic challenges facing our nation, there has
never been a greater need for sales books that empower, that give sales people the ideas, processes and resources to improve
how they connect with their customers,” said Chou. “It is gratifying that Lee’s book has been judged as
among the best sales education books in the marketplace, and we know it can help sales professionals do a better job of selling.”
The Sales Book Awards program recognizes books, authors, and publishers whose work advances sales as a
profession. Entries were judged in 10 separate categories related to selling. The awards program’s web site can
be found at www.salesbookawards.org
“It’s a great honor for me,” said Salz.
“By following the teachings in ‘Soar Despite Your Dodo Sales Manager,’ sales people will be empowered and
provided with proven processes that enable them to be successful under any economic condition.”
“Soar Despite Your Dodo Sales Manager” is available at Barnes and Noble, Borders, and online at amazon.com,
bn.com, and many other online bookstores. Learn more at www.wbusinessbooks.com .
About WBusiness Books – Based
in El Monte, California, WBusiness Books, an imprint of New Win Publishing, publishes some of the nation’s premiere
business books in the areas of entrepreneurship, leadership, marketing and sales, from some of the country’s leading
experts in their field. WBusiness Books Web site can be found at www.wbusinessbooks.com.
About Sales Architects – Based
in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Sales Architects is a sales management consulting firm that helps companies develop processes to
identify/hire the right sales people, on-board them effectively, and align their sales activities with corporate objectives.
Learn more at www.SalesArchitecture.com.
Mike Harris, editor
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