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Be a Great Salesperson

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Course Overview:

This practical sales skills training has been developed for salespeople or people who are required to sell as part of their role. This course is applicable for both people relatively new to sales as well as those who have a lot of experience as the content is flexible enough to adapt to suit the audience.

If you want your team to exceed sales targets and gain instant results, this sales training is for you!

Course Contents:

The core aim of this sales skills training is to provide you with a set of tools that can be practicably used in your role as salesperson

The skills provided are simply a collection of valuable methods of achieving sales. There are many tips and techniques that will be incredibly useful and will help you personally develop a successful sales approach whilst enhancing your performance.

Course Topics:

The skills have been produced from many year’s experience in sales and have been tried and tested in a business environment.

Introduction, the 80:20 Rule – Why 20% of salespeople produce 80% of the business

The Perfect Salesperson – What makes a perfect salesperson and how do the participants individually compare? An exercise which helps the participants appreciate that they need to develop further

Goal Setting – Why and how to set personal performance goals. Followed by an exercise on setting these goals

Build Trust – Developing trust and rapport with a prospect and understanding why this is crucial to their success.

Ask the Right Questions – Developing questioning skills and realising that it is often questions that will develop sales rather than a just a good pitch. With example questions

Engage the Customer – Understanding the life time value of a customer, serving them better and ensuring they perceive the value of the relationship

Be Specific – Adapting their approach to suit the individual customer with an activity related to identifying the specific benefits to the customer

Make Your Customer Smarter – Realising that customers are now more willing to be educated on products and services and often have already researched prior to the sales conversation. How to deal with this with regards the participants specific products/service

Maximise Your Efficiency – Learning from missed sales and developing further skills to overcome this

Catch Yourself Doing it Right – You can learn from good stuff too!

Know Your Products – An in-depth look at specific products and how to educate themselves in order to maximise sales through product knowledge

Develop a Competitive Advantage – A series of questions that will put the participants one step ahead of the competition

Handle Objections – Identifying typical objections and preparing responses to them in order to practice until they are welcomed with open arms. Also includes set techniques to overcome objections

Ask for the Business – Ensuring the participants can spot buying signals and know how to respond to them in order to lead the prospect to close. Specific advice on closing questions

Follow Up After the Sale – Ensuring that the complete sales process is seamless and the participants understand their responsibilities with regard to creating an exceptional customer experience

Apply the Skills in Your Role – A session on ensuring the learning from the session is practically applied in the participants role.

Course Feature:

At the end of this sales skills training course your participants will be able to:

Explain what sets the best salespeople apart

Follow set personal goals to sales success

Use a series of practical sales skills to increase their selling potential

Practically apply these skills to their sales role


Once after the training you receive course completion certificate from Mangates

Who can Attend?

Anybody who is interested in learning Practical Sales Skills.

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