Does your sales organization have a minimum number of required learning and development hours per year?  If so, what benchmark or best practices do you have for communicating and tracking individual completion of learning?

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Director of Sales in Retail, 51 - 200 employees
We do have a minimum quarterly and yearly learning requirements.   Best practice for our organization is monthly check ins between manager and team member.  This allows both parties to go over progress and helps avoid potential issues.

We use a program provide by the manufacturer of our product to track progress and it has worked well
Director of Sales in Insurance (except health), 2 - 10 employees
As every customer touch point is different in our business, nothing could be copied and 100% trained, we focus ONLY in coaching ourselfs by arranging many co travels...
Chief Revenue Officer in Banking, 11 - 50 employees
The company I work at does not have a mandatory learning and development program at this time. We do encourage and support developmental programs as a core, cultural value. 
VP of Sales in Retail, 2 - 10 employees
No, we are a small company and have to hire sales people with enough experience and self-learning skills
Manager in IT Services, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
No there is not. There are few things available for the learning and the development which is not enough.

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