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Fight burnout before it starts with smart alerts and recommendations.
Onboard new hires faster with daily, shared moments with the entire team.
Nail every important conversation with key context, before you meet.
Listen before you preach. Open up a regular channel of communication that gives your sales team a safe space to share issues.
Get input from the team. New goals stressing out your team? Measure their attitudes in real-time through our analytics dashboard.
Lead stellar coaching sessions. Kona sends context on how your direct report is feeling before every one-on-one, so you can cater your mentorship.
"My team used Kona briefly towards the end of 2020 and they loved it. The Red, Yellow, Green status updates were super helpful to check in on each other --- we had them queued up to ping us once in the morning and once in the afternoon and it spurred some really fruitful conversations that we might normally have in the office."
–– Brooke Bachesta, XDR Enablement Manager at Outreach
More than a commission. Get your team excited by their work by helping them feel part of a kick-ass team.
Recognize wins. When your direct report shares a sales win, Kona prompts you to celebrate as a team.
Increase engagement. Help your remote team feel comfortable with engaging whether they meet in person or not.
Onboard New Reps
Build a foundation of trust. When teammates are honest about a 💛 or ❤️ day without repercussions, new hires will feel like they can be transparent, too.
Get them up to speed. Shorten your employees ramp up time by understanding exactly what they need when they need it.
Connect and align. Isolation is common across sales teams. Bridge the gap with Kona check-ins.
“Kona has become an integral part of how the team runs and supports each other. It allows me to not miss important signals. People feel better because their teammates are checking in on them. It’s the emotional support dog for our team.”
–– Antoine Moreau, Director of Partnerships North America
Hire the Best
Word of mouth. If your sales team is happy, their network will know about it.
Brag about your culture. Create a strong collaborative culture that sales candidates will be excited about in interviews.
Be purpose-driven. Make culture part of your organization’s short- and long-term goals to attract the right candidates.
“In a short period [my team] went from ‘Why is this weird dog messaging me?’ to ‘Kona better prompt us. It’s how I start my day.’ People like the interaction, it’s like the digital version of sparking an organic conversation.”
–– Robert Statsky, VP of Customer Success, Huntress