Based on the consultative sales approach, this course focuses on the self-management, business development and selling techniques that facilitate a successful career in modern professional sales. Lectures, discussions, group learning activities, hand-in assignments and simulated sales presentations provide you with a step-by-step approach to building relationships and servicing customer needs. Topics include:
selling as a profession
social and ethical issues
preparation for relationship selling
the Relationship Selling process
negotiation skills and other keys to a successful sales career
Understand the role of the modern sales professional.
Understand and employ the consultative sales approach.
Create and implement strategies for business development.
Employ effective time management and self-management techniques.
Manage the ethical issues associated with professional selling.
Analyze customer needs and behavior and utilize appropriate sales techniques to build relationships and secure business.
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