Management Association Advisory Board
Sales Lead Management Advisory Board is comprised of people who understand
the discipline of sales lead management. The SLMA is looking for additional
advisors from a contact center, one or more CRM Software companies and
managers at companies who have risen to the challenge of managing
inquiries. Members of the Advisory Board are asked for their opinions on
various subjects. They must be open to hearing from people who have issues
and may ask for their advice. They may contribute content to the Sales
Lead Management Association web site. There will be no compensation just
the occasional satisfaction of helping companies manage their inquiries in
the most professional manner. Advisory Board Members are asked to serve a
minimum of one year.
Requirements of an Advisor to the Board
Quarterly Calls. At least
quarterly phone calls with SLMA management
Contributions as an author for the SLMA site.
Expert. Willingness to be listed as an expert on the Ask the Experts page.
willingness to serve on an SLMA committee as the association grows. We
expect in the near future that we will form new committees to make
recommendations for the different aspects of lead management.
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