Selling is about
Relationships are the key to success in sales. Many salespeople have strong selling skills, but continually lose to
competitors because of a failure to establish real relationships
with their prospects. They have the right product, the right
opportunity and the right price, but they lose to the competitor
with the right relationship. This seminar is about developing
sales relationships based on trust and competence.
Multiply the value
of this seminar with a DISC Assessment
Every salesperson has his or
her own selling style. DISC is a simple model
for understanding communication styles and adapting
your style to more effectively communicate with
others. Our sales assessment is designed to help
salespeople effectively adapt their selling styles
to fit each selling situation.
Prior to the seminar, each participant
completes a survey and receives a 25-30 page report
- An in-depth analysis
of his/her communication and selling style
- Personalized tips on communication
and selling based on his/her assessment
- An action plan for
improving his/her effectiveness as a communicator
The personalized reports, and
group interaction based on the assessments, add
tremendous depth to the seminar.
For more information about how we integrate personality assessments into our training programs, please visit our DISC Training Workshops website.
The Competent Sales Consultant
The truly competent salesperson is a consultant who is able
to establish relationships in which he or she provides much-needed and appreciated service to clients. A good consultant
is a trusted professional who provides guidance in solving
business problems. When you effectively fulfill this role
in your business relationships, trust grows, and sales are
the natural outcome. Conversely, when your primary goal is
to make a sale at any cost, your prospect's natural tendency
is to resist.
Creating Value through Relationship
Many sales people have been taught to use manipulation and
trickery to close sales. This seminar was designed to reorient
salespeople to the sales process through solid relationship-based
and communication-based training.
Participants will certainly learn to close sales; but, more
importantly, they will learn to build sales relationships
that will grow and continue to create value long after that
Visit our Sales Training Seminars and Workshops website to learn more.