DRIVE REVENUE WITH THE RIGHT SALES ASSOCIATE

See how a jewelry company determined the behavioural profile of an ideal sales associate.

BEHAVIOUR ANALYTICS

THE VALIDITY STUDY.

  • The Predictive Index Behavioural Assessment™ validity study was completed for a client with over 20 jewelry stores throughout the United States.
  • The Sales Associate is responsible for maximizing sales and profitability, while providing superior customer experience and following company guidelines.

SALES ASSOCIATE VALIDITY STUDY

PERFORMANCE METRICS.

  • For the purposes of this study, sales associate performance was evaluated using 4 metrics:
    • Closing Rate
    • Current Batting Average
    • Sales
    • Productivity per Hour (sales/hour)

“90% of selling is conviction, 10% is persuasion.” – Shiv Khera

THE RESULTS

SALES ASSOCIATE VALIDITY STUDY

THE BEHAVIOURAL PROFILE.

Across the group of metrics, increased sales was most consistently and strongly predicted by:

  • Higher Level of Extraversion : More convincing, expressive, influential and outspoken.
  • Lower Level of Patience : More ambitious, restless, intense, and driven.
  • Lower Formality : More unworried, instinctive and spontaneous.

“I cannot recommend the PI Behavioural Assessment™, by Certified Partner Predictive Success, enough. But, more importantly the Predictive Success team for helping us to keep it alive every day.”

– Kelly Davis, Town Shoes

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