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SALES TRAINING FOR ELITE PERFORMANCE

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BOOK NOW THIS WORLD-CLASS TRAINING SERIES OF WORKSHOPS. EACH WEEKLY* WORKSHOP WILL INCLUDE UP TO 3 HOURS OF INTERACTIVE LEARNING.(10:00-NOON W/WORKING LUNCH IF NECESSARY) *some weeks the workshop will be on Thursday due to scheduling conflicts see flyer for dates

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The New Realities of Selling
What are the most important factors that determine sales success or failure in today’s markets?
In every market in every industry, there are salespeople and customers who continue to make sales,
grow and prosper.
Because of ever greater competition, customer satisfaction, concerns about costs, and uncertainty,
the companies and individuals who survive and thrive are fast and flexible in rapidly changing
conditions.
As Charles Darwin wrote: “Survival goes not to the strongest or most intelligent, but to the one who
is most adaptable to change.”
In this lesson you will learn how to:
+ Focus your efforts on your best market opportunities.
+ Identify the very best prospects for your products and services.
+ Lower buyer resistance to your offers.
+ Put yourself on the path to continuous learning and growth.
The Winning Edge
Why are some people more successful than others?
This question has been studied for many years. More than four thousand books have been written
and hundreds of training programs have been developed.
Tens of thousands of sales calls have been carefully monitored to identify the key traits, qualities and
behaviours of top salespeople in every industry.
In this lesson you will learn the critical elements that separate the top performers
Personal Sales Planning
Successful salespeople are better thinkers than average salespeople. The more accurate you are in
thinking about yourself, your goals and the activities necessary to accomplish them, the more
successful you will be in everything you do.
The most important difference in work life today is that every person is totally in charge of his or her
own career and financial future. You are the President of an entrepreneurial company with one
employee — your-self. You are in charge of selling one product: your personal services. Your goal is
to increase the quality and quantity of the services you sell so you can increase your income.
The aim of personal strategic planning is to increase your “Return on Energy” (ROE). Your mental,
emotional and physical energy is all you really have to sell. Your standard of living is totally
determined by how well you trade your energy in the marketplace for results and rewards.
In this lesson, you will learn how successful people accomplish far, far more than the average person
by planning their goals and activities in advance. The key to success has always been to “plan your
work and work your plan!”
Prospecting Power
The most important part of selling is prospecting. The most successful salespeople have the most
complete strategies and plans to develop the highest quality and quantity of prospects who can and
will buy within a reasonable period of time.
In this lesson, you learn some of the most important ideas of prospecting and how you can apply
them to your sales work to increase the number of sales you make, faster and easier than ever
before.
Remember, the key to success in selling is to: “Spend more time with better prospects.”
A prospect can be defined as someone who has:
+ A problem that your product or service can solve.
+ A need that your product or service can satisfy.
+ A goal that your product or service can help him achieve.
+ A pain or concern that your product or service can take away“.
Relationship Selling
Selling has changed dramatically in the last few years, from a rapid, impersonal process to a slow,
people-intensive process.
The heart of the sale today is contained in the quality of relationships that you form with your
prospects and customers.
The very best and most successful salespeople are those who are the most capable of entering into
and maintaining the highest-quality relationships with people who can buy from them and
recommend them to their friends and associates.
In this lesson, you learn the key elements of relation-ship building and relationship selling and how
you can apply them to every part of your sales activities.
Selling Consultatively
The highest paid and most successful sales professionals are positioned in their customer accounts
as friends, advisors and consultants.
The practice of the consultative selling approach will help you move to the very top of your field. It is
a valuable tool that is indispensable in dealing with complex sales in accounts where many factors
are involved and competition is a key factor.
In this lesson, you learn how to sell consultatively and to be more effective than ever before.
You will learn:
+ How top salespeople are described by customers.
+ How to position yourself as a consultant.
+ Positioning yourself as a partner with the customer.
+ The approach of the true sales professional.
How Buyers Buy
The very best salespeople are actually “sales psychologists.”
They spend an enormous amount of time thinking through the motivations of their customers and
looking for ways to structure their offerings to appeal to the primary needs and motivations of the
people they are talking to.
In this lesson, you learn how buyers buy and how you must structure every sales offering so that it
touches on the key motivations that cause people to make buying decisions.
Building Customer Relationships
Successful salespeople are far better at building and maintaining high-quality relationships with their
prospects and customers than average salespeople. People are 100% emotional. They decide
emotionally and then justify logically. How the customer feels about you as a person will have more
of an influence on what the customer decides than any other factor.
The most important thing you can do in building a successful sales career is to create and keep
customers for the long term. The better you become at developing high-quality customer
relationships, the more you will sell, the easier you will sell it, the more money you will make and
the more valuable you will be, both to yourself and to your company.
Developing the positive kind of personality that leads to long-term sales success is similar to
maintaining physical fitness. It requires continually exercising your “personality” muscles so that you
become a nicer, more positive and more likable person in everything you do. There is nothing that
will help you more than to develop a positive reputation among your customers and prospects.
Asking Your Way to Success
The very best and highest-paid salespeople in every field share certain qualities and characteristics.
They always appear to be low-keyed, easy going, relaxed, warm, friendly and very interested in the
thoughts, feelings and opinions of others. They are very likeable people.
They learn that the great secret in selling, as well as in all human relationships, is to ask questions
and listen carefully to the answers. The more they listen, the more they learn about how they can
structure their product or service offerings to help customers achieve their own goals or satisfy their
needs.
In this lesson you learn some of the most important discoveries in human relations and one of the
finest of all interpersonal skills in human communications.
Identifying Needs Accurately
Customers buy for their reasons, not yours. The most important thing you do in a sales presentation
is to un-cover the true needs or problems of the prospect that your product or service can fulfil or
solve.
Selling is both a science and an art. Top salespeople have a set of skills they can use to establish
higher levels of rapport and to separate prospects from suspects. By learning and practicing a series
of powerful, proven skills used by high performing salespeople everywhere, you can dramatically
increase your effectiveness and your results.
In this lesson, you will learn some of the best ideas used by some of the best salespeople.
Influencing Customer Behaviour
Why is it that people buy or refuse to buy? Why do some people buy quickly, and other people take
forever to buy, or never buy at all?
Many years of research in motivational psychology have been devoted to uncovering some of the
key reasons why people behave the way they do, especially in sales situations.
All successful salespeople and all successful sales organisations have found ways to tap into these
underlying motivations that cause people to act and react to commercial messages and sales
proposals. The more you know about how and why people do the things they do, the faster and
easier it will be for you to turn prospects into customers and then to get the referrals and resales
that will make you a top producer in your field.
In this lesson, you will learn some of the most powerful influence strategies and techniques ever
discovered in professional selling.
Megacredibility in Selling
The average customer is bombarded with hundreds and even thousands of commercial sales
messages every day.
He or she is surrounded by people and companies trying to sell him or her products of all kinds, at all
levels of quality and price.
The customer today is extremely sceptical and suspicious of any and all sales efforts. For you to be
successful in selling, you must develop a method of overcoming scepticism and building high levels
of confidence in the mind of the customer toward you, your company, and your products and
services.
In this lesson, you learn how to develop high levels of credibility in everything you do that affects the
customer and the buying decision.
Making Persuasive Presentations
The presentation is the “inner game” of selling where the actual sale is made.
It is during the presentation where you transform a sceptical or reluctant prospect into a committed
customer.
An effective presentation can increase your sales by several times over an unplanned and
uncoordinated explanation of your product or service.
Once you have determined that the prospect needs the product, can use the product, can benefit
from the product and can afford the product, it is time to persuade him or her to take action.
Fully 95% of presentations can be improved in some way. Keep working on your presentation until
you sell successfully to a qualified prospect almost every time.
Overcoming Objections
Objections are a normal, natural and unavoidable part of the sales process. Nonetheless, most
salespeople become discouraged and disheartened when the customer begins to object to their
offering on the basis of high price, better offers from competitors and other reasons.
The fact is that customers today are bombarded by hundreds, and even thousands, of commercial
messages. As a result, they are sceptical, suspicious and careful with their time and money.
No matter what you are selling, customers will have questions and concerns that you must resolve
before you can proceed to a sale. Your ability to handle these questions and concerns is a key skill
that is essential to your sales success.
In this lesson, you learn some of the key questions and responses that you need to effectively
answer any objection that a customer can ask of you.
Selling on Non-Price Issues
Price arises early in almost every sales conversation, but price is seldom the reason that the
customer buys or refuses to buy.
If low price were the major reason for buying decisions, nothing of higher price or quality would ever
be sold. The key is to find out the non-price reasons why people buy and emphasise those in the
sales conversation.
The very best salespeople are those who sell on the basis of value, quality, utility, dependability,
service, reputation and other factors rather than basing the sales conversation on convincing the
prospect that they offer the lowest price.
In this lesson, you learn the key strategies for selling based on the real issues that cause people to
buy.
Overcoming Price Resistance
Because people are bombarded with sales messages all day every day, everyone you speak to is
afraid of being sold the wrong product, at the wrong price, for the wrong purpose and later not
being able to get it serviced or supported.
Everyone has had unhappy buying experiences that have added to their natural scepticism and sales
resistance.
Customers are determined not to pay more than they have to for whatever it is you are selling. Your
ability to overcome natural price resistance is a major selling skill that you can develop as you move
to the top of your field.
In this lesson, you learn how to deal with price professionally and effectively, selling more of your
products and services at higher prices than you may have done in the past.
Negotiating the Sale
Your ability to negotiate well in your own behalf, both in selling and in personal life, is essential to
getting the very best prices, terms and deals that are available to you.
People who do not like to negotiate are people who are simply not very good at negotiating. Like
riding a bi-cycle, negotiating is a skill that can be learned by study and practice. You can become an
excellent negotiator if you really want to.
Your ability to negotiate well for yourself and your company can make an enormous difference in
the quality of your sales and the degree of profitability you achieve for your organisation.
Closing the Sale
The ability to get your prospect to make a firm buying decision is central to your success in
professional selling.
All top salespeople are excellent at bringing the sales conversation to a successful close.
Learning how to close a sale is a skill that can be developed, like riding a bicycle.
In this lesson, you learn some of the key closing ideas practiced by the top money-makers in sales, in
all fields. When you learn how to close easily and well, at the appropriate time, and in the
appropriate way, you will take full control over the future of your sales career
Providing Excellent Customer Service
No matter what you do in your company or organisation, your job title is “Problem Solver” and your
job function is “Customer Satisfaction.”
Your customer is anyone you depend upon for your continued success and security in your job. Your
customer is also anyone who depends upon you for their success or security.
The very best people and the very best companies are obsessed with customer service. The
customer is the most important single person in their thinking. Every-thing they do is strategised to
satisfy their customers better in some way.
As Sam Walton said, “The real boss is always the customer. And he can fire us at any time by simply
deciding to spend his money somewhere else.”
Your ability to develop and maintain a reputation for high levels of service excellence is the key to
the success and prosperity of your organisation and to success in your career.
In this lesson you will learn:
+ The four levels of customer service.
+ The four levels of product.
+ How to develop a customer service strategy.
+ How to determine your quality ranking in the marketplace“.
Getting Resales and Referrals
A direct sale to a commercial customer today costs more than $400 in terms of time, travel,
advertising, lead generation and other expenses. Acquiring a customer at this cost can put a
company out of business unless that customer buys again and again.
The very best salespeople, and the very best companies, implement strategies to acquire customers
and keep them for life. Your goal must be to develop long-term customer relationships and then to
hold on to them in the face of evermore aggressive competition.
When you install a customer acquisition and retention strategy, you do more to build and maintain
long-term customer relationships than ever before. By continually thinking in terms of “customers
for life,” your success in sales will be assured“
Time Management for Salespeople
More than 100 years of research and countless millions of dollars have been invested in seeking the
causes for success and failure in selling. At last, we have the answer.
It is simply this. People are highly paid because they spend more of their time doing things of higher
value. People are under-paid because they spend more of their time doing things of lower value.
Salespeople who spend every minute of every day focusing on high-value activities eventually rise to
the top of their fields and make both a lot of sales and a lot of money.
Salespeople who waste their time in low-value activities seldom accomplish anything of importance
— even if they represent the best companies with the best products in the best markets.
In this lesson, you learn some of the very best ideas ever discovered for managing your sales time
and your selling activities.
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