January 2016

31 01, 2016

How to Provide Sales Coaching When You Are Also the Sales Manager

By |2016-01-31T21:49:23+00:00January 31, 2016|Sales Coaching, Sales Management|0 Comments

It can be tricky to provide sales coaching when you also play the role of sales manager. For real high-quality coaching, you will want a real open line of communication between the coach and the person being coached. This will allow the salesperson to be very open with sharing what is going on. A salesperson [...]

30 01, 2016

3 Ways to Respond to Sales Objections

By |2023-03-03T01:35:01+00:00January 30, 2016|Inside Sales, Sales Objection Handling, Sales Objection Rebuttals, Sales Tips|0 Comments

We delivered a sales training webinar on sales objections. In that webinar, we outlined 3 different ways you can respond to objections and that is shown in this video clip from the sales training webinar. Here are some quick notes on the three options you have for sales objection responses. 1. Comply with the Sales [...]

30 01, 2016

Including Sales Role-Play in New Sales Hire Onboarding

By |2023-01-28T06:10:13+00:00January 30, 2016|Inside Sales, Sales Methodology, Sales Prospecting, Sales Training|0 Comments

One of the most important elements to include in a new sales hire onboarding process is a step for sales role-play. This would include some form of practicing sales scenarios before a sales hire is put into action. Decrease the Amount of Learning Through Trial-and-Error There is no way to teach a new sales hire [...]

23 01, 2016

One of the Worst Sales Questions to Ask When Prospecting

By |2016-01-23T15:49:43+00:00January 23, 2016|Cold Calling, Inside Sales, Qualifying Prospects, Sales Prospecting, Sales Questions, Sales Tips|0 Comments

It is critical to ask sales questions when you are out there selling. But the difference between being a good salesperson and one that is consistently overachieving is asking the RIGHT questions. Let’s take a look at one of the common sales prospecting questions that many salespeople think is good and we will show you why [...]

22 01, 2016

Cold Call Voicemail Examples

By |2016-01-22T14:14:49+00:00January 22, 2016|Cold Call Script, Cold Calling, Sales Pitch, Sales Prospecting, Sales Tips|0 Comments

Sometimes it can help to look at some cold call voicemail examples in order to get some ideas of what to say when prospecting. In this video, we go through some examples for you. Value Message The first of the sales prospecting voicemail examples is a value message. It is one that just focuses on [...]

21 01, 2016

It Can be Easy to Not Ask the Right Sales Questions

By |2016-01-21T15:35:03+00:00January 21, 2016|Inside Sales, Qualifying Prospects, Sales Management, Sales Pitch, Sales Questions|0 Comments

Most salespeople do not ask enough or the right sales questions. While this is not good and can be having a negative impact on sales results, it is actually very understandable for a few reasons. Companies Don’t Train Salespeople to Ask the Right Sales Questions If you looked at most new hire sales training programs, [...]

20 01, 2016

Examples of Sales Closing Questions

By |2016-01-20T18:04:03+00:00January 20, 2016|Closing Sales, Qualifying Prospects, Sales Prospecting, Sales Questions, Sales Scripts, Sales Tips, Sales Training|0 Comments

In a previous blog post, we discussed how to use soft closing questions. There are also times when you will want to be more direct and hard close a sales prospect. Here are some examples of hard closing questions and some explanations for each closing question. Are you ready to move forward to the next [...]

19 01, 2016

How to Use Soft Tactics When Closing the Sales

By |2016-01-19T19:48:47+00:00January 19, 2016|Closing Sales, Sales Coaching, Sales Prospecting, Sales Questions, Sales Tips|0 Comments

One of the things salespeople or business owners care most about is closing the sales. With that, everybody is looking for ways to become a better closer. In this video, we talk about some soft closing tactics that, when you do everything else right, can be more effective than trying the traditional hard close. What [...]

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