The regional sales director is responsible for the daily and long-term operations of a company's stores across a geographic region. Your main responsibility is to achieve sales targets. Therefore, you are to set and adjust sales goals based on knowledge of individual store selling patterns. Whenever products are not available, it is your responsibility to order supply and monitor products following regional needs. Planning and mentoring manager and assistant manager is part of your jurisdiction.
In addition, you are to plan and implement training among staff for proper management of products to increase sales. This training helps to create the leadership potential of both old and new workers and also helps you to cultivate a healthy relationship with them. You also need to create a healthy environment for workmanship by resolving conflicts among staff and also customers' complaints and service issues. You are expected to oversee special promotions and sales.
Excellent communication skills, creative problem-solver skills, the ability to multitask, excellent customer service, and good interpersonal skills are all vital skills that are required. The average salary of a regional sales director is $113,793 yearly, and the educational criteria for a regional sales director is a bachelor's degree in Business, Marketing or, other related fields.