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Think of an example of a successful team. It could be a sports team, a military group from history or a department at your company. What is it that these successful teams have in common? The likely answers are strong leadership, team work and organisation.
Here we look at the key ingredients in building a sales team and setting them up for success
You’ve surely heard the phrase, “it’s a small world”. For years, that’s been uttered whenever someone finds out they have a mutual friend or acquaintance in common. If it’s a small world generally, the business world must now be considered miniscule! With so many digital communication channels available and the use of cloud based software, business is conducted and managed more remotely than ever before. And where we work from, isn’t as restricted as it once was.
Remote working opens a world of opportunity – quite literally
Customers don’t want to be coerced into making a purchase – and you’d be surprised how often some companies need to be reminded of this. Where you could once get away with more aggressive, door salesman-style selling tactics, today’s customers want to feel that you know your product inside out and understand their needs. This knowledge-led approach to sales is a far more rewarding and lucrative experience.
This is what is known as insight selling