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Do you remember your first sales call as a Professional Salesperson? We were discussing this with our sales training partners in Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver and Victoria recently. What was your most important goal in that meeting? As one Salesperson told me “I just wanted to get through it without throwing up!” Other than holding down breakfast, what did you want to accomplish with the decision maker?
We recently revealed an important realization to our sales training clients in Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary and Toronto. It became so obvious in our observations of top-performing Salespeople, we though that you would find it as valuable. It’s the ability of great Salespeople to have high levels of emotional intelligence with their decision makers. Let’s give you a description of what this means and how to make it work for you.
The concept of closing is a regular discussion with our B2B and B2C sales training clients in Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver and Toronto. While all Salespeople, Sales Managers and Business Owners want to close sales and move revenues higher, the use of closing techniques can actually backfire in many sales situations. Here’s why.