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Dale Carnegie Sales Training

When customers have completed 70% of the buying process without engaging with a single person, and can complete many purchases online without EVER interacting with a sales person, traditional and transactional sales tactics simply no longer work.

Présentation du cours

Winning with Relationship Selling

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Ce que vous apprendrez

Learn How To: • Create goals for personal and professional success • Demonstrate a winning and confident attitude • Apply the best prospecting methods to fill your pipeline • Connect with your customers to build authentic relationships • Develop active listening skills to identify opportunities and head off challenges • Establish credibility and communicate your value • Use social media to expand your networking influence • Develop powerful questions to uncover customer needs • Create interest by describing an individual and customer-centric solution

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Pourquoi vous voulez l’apprendre

If you are a sales person striving to move to the next level, Dale Carnegie’s proven selling process with human relations skills grounded in timeless fundamentals from “How to Win Friends and Influence People” combined with the “new savvy” needed for the 21st Century—do not miss this incredible opportunity to change your life today.

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Comment cela va vous aider

Dale Carnegie Sales Training is uniquely positioned to prepare sales professionals to make the transition into the new world where collaboration, confidence and credibility are the common themes for connecting with customers to increase business.

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“Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy.”

Dale Carnegie
Dale Carnegie