A one-day course designed to make the concept of sales and selling something to enjoy rather than to fear.
The course will provide you with a thought provoking and challenging set of principles, ideas and initiatives to consider and mould for your own situation.
- Your role?
- Your style?
- Your aims?
- Who are they?
- What are they?
- Who could they be?
- What does it take?
- What do they want?
- What do they need?
- Risk vs Reward
- Getting Attention
- Building Interest
- Establishing the Need
- Taking Positive Action
This course has been designed in the recognition that the very thought of sales and upselling makes most people, including the clients, very uncomfortable.
Through discussion, group work and an analysis of theory and behaviour, this course will aim to engage you in thinking openly, creatively and honestly about what you need to become better at an absolute business fundamental, the support, wellbeing and development of client relationships.
Sales and Selling are not words that most feel comfortable using, but without the ability to promote and sell goods or services, businesses can flounder.
This course will enable you to consider what strong customer relationships are all about and explore how to build, maintain and grow them, without having to resort to dated impersonal tactics and the rigid structures that many have been taught in the past.
You will be asked to think about your own styles and approaches and supported in thinking about what changes you need to make to become more effective in terms of the maintenance and growth of customer relationships.
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