Miller Heiman Adds New Keynote Topics for Winter Sales Meetings

Reno, NV, November 09, 2008 --( Miller Heiman announced today the addition of two new keynote topics for winter sales meetings. Miller Heiman executive speakers are now available to speak on Selling in Any Economy and The Craftsmanship of Selling.

“As the business climate changes, the issues most important to sales leaders continue to evolve,” said Sam Reese, president and CEO of Miller Heiman. “We are pleased to offer these topics to address today’s most prevalent issues.”

Selling in Any Economy provides insights and actionable advice on what organizations can do to ensure sales success regardless of economic conditions.

“The economy is not an excuse for poor performance,” Reese said. “Sales performance, whether good or bad, is a direct reflection of the work put in.”

The Craftsmanship of Selling focuses on viewing sales as a craft that requires elements of both art and science. The keynote addresses the importance of process, practice, and commitment as requirements to become an expert in selling.

“Sales is often misinterpreted as an art form that only those with innate talent can be successful at,” Reese said. “We’ve learned through experience that sales is a craft that can be mastered through the practice of repeatable and reliable processes.”

Miller Heiman's executive presentations are delivered in varying lengths to fit the needs of sales meetings. Those interested in more information are encouraged to contact Miller Heiman at 877-506-2973.

About Miller Heiman:
Miller Heiman is a global leader in sales performance solutions with more than 30 years of documented results. The company works with leading organizations to improve sales effectiveness through issue-based consulting and training seminars. Headquartered in Reno, Nev., Miller Heiman has additional corporate offices in the United Kingdom and Australia and representation in more than 30 countries. For more information, contact 877.506.2973 or visit

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