SLMA Members - Nominations are now open!
- You must be a member of the SLMA to Nominate.
- You may nominate a person in only ONE category.
- You must be a member of the SLMA to vote.
- Self-nominations are not accepted.
- Members cannot vote for nominees multiple times.
- A person nominating someone must list
- nominee's name
- email address (for notification only)
- phone number
- company website link
- their LinkedIn, Google+ and/or Twitter profile links
- a 50-word statement of their contributions this year.
- For credibility, you may list their LinkedIn, Google+ and/or Twitter profile links so we can follow up to see how others regard them and review their contributions.
- A nominated person does not have to be a member of the SLMA to be in the top 40.
- Members may cast one vote for one person per category. Voters have to be members of the SLMA so we can limit ballots to one per person.
- A company may not have more than one person as a winner in a category, and not more two people as winners across the four categories.
- Nominations will be published for membership and visitors to view.
- Invalid votes: multiple votes from one person submitted by people using fake email addresses will be detected and destroyed by our program. We validate ALL votes via email.
- The top vote getters in each category will be listed sequentially.
- The person nominated must be active in business sometime in 2016 (retirees count, deceased nominees count if they were active in business sometime in 2016).
- International nominees count, this is not limited to business people from the United States of America.
- Members of the Advisory Board are eligible for nomination. Immediate members of the SLMA management staff (Obermayer, Friedman,Campanale, Hall and Finch) are not eligible for nomination. SLMA Sponsors may be nominated.
Your nomination form information will be posted to our http://www.40mostinspiring.com website under the category 2016 nominees. We will be posting AS IS. Please read through before submitting. Last year nominees came back requesting edits. This must be done at time of nomination, what you submit is what is posted, so be thoughtful.SLMA CEO James Obermayer said, “At the SLMA we view sales lead management as revenue management, and the leaders who take this message into the marketplace are valuable champions of the idea that when you manage leads you manage the entire revenue generating structure of B2B and B2C companies.”
Nominated in the category: B2B and B2C Marketing Management and Sales Management About this nominee: Max has built an amazing network of sales leaders and lead generation specialists in just a short time. He continually finds way to provide valuable content to anyone interested in learning more about lead generation,…
Nominated in the category: B2B and B2C Marketing Management and Sales Management About this nominee: Her contributions to the sales community have accelerated my skill development in numerous ways. Jill Konrath has influenced the way I do business through her advice as a salesperson, educator, strategist, speaker, author and blog writer…
Nominated in the category: B2B and B2C C-Level Management About this nominee: Steve is a brilliant marketer who has always focused on accountability and results. I’ve worked with him over a span of 10 years and watched him work at the bleeding edge of the demand generation movement. He’s now…
Nominated in the category: B2B and B2C Marketing Management and Sales Management About this nominee: Richard has been working hard for the last several years in the sales training space. In addition to helping turn sales organizations around he is instrumental in making sure that sales reps understand the “why”…