Sell value and defend margins
Duration : 2 days
Public : Salespeople working in highly competitive markets, faced with increasingly demanding buyers
- Develop tips on how to overcome challenging gate keepers.
- Introductions that motivate the customer to listen.
- Recognise how to make a positive connection with every customer every time.
- Pull the client into a conversation.
- Guiding the customer to realise their purchase/service needs.
- Understanding the customer's drivers.
- How to turn objections into buying signals.
- Making your product/service stand out from competitors.
- Work with a sales process that focuses on motivating the customer to buy from you by choice.
- Knowing when to close and gain the commitment.
- Identify clearly areas for your future development.
This workshop is very interactive, upbeat and more importantly practical, allowing theory and ideas to transfer into your place of work. Learning objectives are achieved through self-assessment, action planning, coaching, reflection, discussion and practice. Every skill and concept explored will be brought to life so you can clearly see how you will apply your learning to your sales role.
- High level questioning skills
- Advanced and creative listening skills that get real answers; identifying the need
- Presenting a win/win solution
- Influencing skills
- Managing our mindset: the self-fulfilling prophecy
- Language and voice skills to build rapport
- Understanding and respecting the customer’s emotional needs
- Understand the customers’ business
- Managing challenging customer behaviour
- The sales process meets the buying process
- The powerful call opening
- Structure and positioning
- Identify needs and opportunities
- Objection handling
- Importance of summarising
- When and how to close
- Why should the customer buy from you?
- What do your competitors offer?
- How to create benefit statements that create desire to buy
- Create a toolkit of techniques
- Establish areas of the process for development
- Create an action plan for back to work