The Ultimate Sales Training Workshop: A Hands-On Guide for Managers 1 9780071476034 One hour: that's all the reading time you'll need to master one of the 15 essential sales topics outlined in The Ultimate Sales Training Workshop. Just pick your subject, then read the hands-on guide for that chapter and additional reading materials for salespeople. Next, follow the preparation steps contained in the Sales Manager's Meeting Guide-a one-page checklist of items taking you from preplanning your workshop through set-up, organizing meeting materials, getting participants involved, topics of discussion, role-playing, debriefing sessions, getting feedback, and more. Everything is spelled out: what to do, when to do it, what to say, how to wrap things up. You simply follow the script. Each chapter also provides All the essential sales principles you'll want to cover Sidebars containing sales reps' frequently asked questions Quick tips for preparing your training session or next sales meeting Suggestions for visual materials Time-tested sales tools Being a master seller takes years of experience, but being a master trainer doesn't. With The Ultimate Sales Training Workshop in hand, you can set up and conduct effective training sessions in no time that will boost your team's performance to new heights.
The Ultimate Sales Training Workshop: A Hands-On Guide for Managers

The Ultimate Sales Training Workshop: A Hands-On Guide for Managers

1st Edition
By Gerhard Gschwandtner
ISBN10: 0071476032
ISBN13: 9780071476034
Copyright: 2007

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Program Details

1. Prospecting

2. Process

3. Strategic Accounts

4. Appointments

5. Rapport

6. Presentations

7. Proposals

8. Consultative Selling

9. Objections

10. Negotiations

11. Rejection

12. Closing

13. Attitude Motivation

14. Psychology

15. Emotional Intelligence

16. Contributing Experts

About the Author

Gerhard Gschwandtner

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