If you manage some large accounts, you will need to give them more attention than when you manage several smaller customers. A large account requires a special approach. You will have to write an account plan, map out the DMU, create a multilevel sales matrix and, if possible, build relationships at a higher level in the organisation ...Find out more »
In this classroom-style open training course, you learn how to recognise communication styles using the DISC model. This will help to build rapport with your conversation partner (there will be ‘affinity’) and you will improve communication with everyone, also with people that have a different communication style than you.Find out more »
In this classroom-style open training, you will learn how to present the price it in a convincing way and how to defend it. Among others, we will discuss when do you present the price in the conversation. We will look at various pricing strategies and price presentation techniques ...Find out more »
Because of governmental regulations, this training will be replaced by an online event.
In this classroom-style open training, you will learn how to successfully conduct a negotiation. There are different negotiation styles, and applying the right style yourself, will immediately yield better negotiation results ...
Occasionally, salespeople will have to present for a group or have to demonstrate a product. Being able to give attractive, dynamic and successful presentations for a group is not easy. And professionally demonstrating a product also requires an understanding of some ground rules, in order to get to business more easily ...Find out more »
In all sales training courses, attention is paid to what to say and how to say it. The Train ’n Gain sales training is no exception to that. However, there are other aspects that may have much more impact on the result of the conversation. This has to do with your body language and the applied conversation psychology ...Find out more »
Some sales processes take a long time … too long. If you don’t close at the right moment, it often results in not getting the deal at all. There can be many reasons why potential customers procrastinate and don’t decide. You’ve heard those reasons before: they need to consult others, they want to compare ...Find out more »
Sometimes you do not understand why your customer hesitates to buy your product or service. After all, he is going to make or save a lot of money if he chooses your product or service because the financial benefits are higher than the costs. In other words: there is a positive Return On Investment (ROI) ...Find out more »
Do you want to be more active on LinkedIn and use this business network to get better business results? The world has changed tremendously over the last 10 years. Social media, and particularly business social media such as LinkedIn, have given an opening to easily connect with professionals worldwide ...Find out more »