Most Salespeople are good at determining objectives for their sales interactions while few understand the difference of having a commitment objective in mind. Since a commitment objective is a goal to gain an agreement that moves the sales process forward; one must first know where they are within the journey known as their sales cycle. Does the sales person have a well-documented sales cycle (aka road map) to help them plan for the various commitments leading up to the ultimate sale, do they have a process for asking for those commitments? All of these individual components help Salespeople manage their overall sales pipeline. Have a plan to strategically manage you’re your sales pipeline.
Take-a-ways you can immediately benefit from:
- Understand and use commitment objectives to move sales interactions forward to closure
- How to document your individual sales cycle to help plan and strategize sales interactions
- Have a process for knowing what commitment to ask for
We will provide sales cycle templates for attendees to document their new and current customer sales cycles.
Rick brings over twenty years of experience in sales as well as over seven years of sales training and coaching in many industries. He has experience facilitating workshops that range from 5 to 45 people and has experience as a speaker for groups as large as 3,000 people.
After consistently demonstrating the ability to rise to the top in a selling environment, he advanced to a divisional sales trainer with a national company and has been helping individuals and companies, all around the country, to achieve increased sales revenues through the way they sell.
When: Friday, March 2, 2018
7:15 am – Breakfast and Networking
8:00 am – Rick’s Presentation
9:00 – 9:15 am – Networking
Investment: (hot breakfast included)
$25 per PSA Gold Member
Silver Members and Guests are welcome at $45 per person
Registration Deadline: NOON Wednesday, February 28, 2018
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