As a sales trainer and coach, I’m often brought in by businesses to help sales and non-sales people improve their telephone manner, sales pitch and business fit presentations. One of the most common problems I see are inserting innocent-seeming filler words into conversation.
The sales profession can be highly rewarding, but it has also a reputation of being one of the most stressful jobs. As a consequence many sales people quit the field each year as they simply can’t take the hammering day in, day out. Those who continue to stay on this roller coaster can often find themselves crippled with stress. If they don’t find effective ways to relieve their stress level, it can have a negative impact on both professional and personal life.
Topicssales performance sales motivation coaching
Your sales team are the face of your company, instrumental in creating a long lasting impression in the mind of your customers. But according to Forrester Research as few as 15% of sales professionals are capable of articulating their true value as it relates to the customer’s problem. In order to enhance the calibre of salespeople to influence the decisions of prospects and convert them into loyal customers, companies must invest in developing the skills of their sales people.