Successful sales are essential to any organisation. Whether you’ve got an established sales team or you’re in the process of growing your talent pool, this workshop will teach your staff everything they need to know to close a sale with professionalism and confidence.
· 1 day
Salespeople often focus heavily on their role in making the sales. This workshop examines the role of the customer and the journey they go on to reach a buying decision, so you can understand their needs and sell effectively.
In the workshop, you’ll cover the following areas:
This workshop will give you the knowledge and skills you need to improve your sales figures and build stronger relationships with your customers – which ultimately boosts your bottom line.
The training would be suitable for people in the following roles across any sector:
· Sales assistant/executive
· Sales consultant
Successful salespeople should be focussed on building relationships and gaining commitment. You will learn about:
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