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"I have worked with Tom for the past seven years, and he continually and successfully trains our staff of salespeople making Fuji the most successful graphic arts company."
John Meyer, Training Manager, Fuji Photo Film, USA
After closing another big sale, many seasoned sales professionals bask in the moment of success, then set their sights on the next achievement. While taking satisfaction in one's work is only natural, don't let success make you complacent. You should always be looking for ways to improve your selling skills.
Even more importantly, if the same old song and dance isn't landing the big sale anymore it's not time to give up! Rather, it's essential that you get to work improving your sales skills.
Take stock of your situation. When was the last time you invested - I mean really invested - in mastering new sales approaches and sales skills? What would happen if you supplemented your existing sales skills with a proven sales process, additional tactics and techniques?
Even the most expert of sales people can fall into the trap of repeatedly using just one or two tricks or techniques to close deal after deal...until one day these stop working.
Regardless of whether you are new to sales or have been successful for years, having a vast selection of sales skills and a proven process to utilize is essential.
Certainly not at a one day seminar! No, you need to get involved in a sales development process that focuses on improving selling behaviors, attitudes and techniques through ongoing reinforcement.
The Sandler Training process can complement your existing sales style, and to a great degree completely transform your style into a highly successful sustained process. For persons who are new to selling, the Sandler Training program builds the right behaviors the first time around.
Sandler Training focuses on providing the selling skills for what many salespeople believe are the toughest parts of the sales process.
Sales skills are essential and handy – but they must be refreshed and reviewed on a regular basis to make sure you have the right tools for the right situation when the next prospect and next opportunity knocks.