The Sales OKRs allow your sales team to develop quarterly Objectives and Key Results that can be used to determine and measure their progress and performance. Additionally, the weekly check-ins help them see how their daily activities relate to the broader picture. Use the below Sales OKR examples and Power your Sales team with your own OKRs.
O Recruit world-class-A-players for our sales force
KR Onboard 15 new Accounts Executives by Jan 31st.
KR On board 20 new Sales Development Representatives.
KR Hire 8 additional Sales Managers by the end of January.
KR Maintain a 5:2 on-site interview offer ratio.
O Focus on, align with, and work with the Business Development OKRs you set for yourself
KR Achieve a 75 percent or higher weekly plan completion rate across all teams.
KR Track and document significant learnings over 15 weeks using weekly inputs.
KR Conduct a poll to ensure that 98% of employees have a thorough understanding of OKRs.
O Successfully expand the sales and thereby business to ASEAN markets
KR Determine the most potential market for launch and reach out to at least ten resellers.
KR Attain an average sales order value of $75,000.
KR Collaborate with resellers to sell out all initial orders in 20 (at most 25) days.
O Boost recurring revenue through successful sales targets this year
KR Increase conversion rates of monthly subscriptions to annual subscriptions by 35%.
KR Reduce monthly churn to less than 2 percent of total revenue.
KR The average number of seats for monthly and annual subscriptions should rise by 35%.