To be successful today, salespeople need to engage customers in the solution they are offering, whether presenting virtually or face-to-face. Getting and keeping a customer engaged over a virtual meeting platform, such as Zoom or Microsoft Teams, can be challenging—the last thing a salesperson wants to see is customers glancing at their phones, multitasking, or checking out completely. Salespeople need to understand how to capture the audience’s attention and engage them in action. 詳しくはこちらへ
As salespeople struggle to access and engage customers in this new environment, the topic of virtual selling has understandably received a lot of attention. Check out the infographic below to discover the realities behind the common myths of virtual selling that we’ve heard from our customers. 詳しくはこちらへ
Sellers as well as buyers are taking stock of priorities as the economy continues to show weakness across most industries. As a result, most sales organizations are pursuing new business—which often means taking advantage of competitors' complacency or mistakes in providing service to customers.
If your organization is like a lot of sales organizations, you may have intensified prospecting efforts lately as old customers downsized, cut spending, and in some cases, switched to other suppliers. The problem is that prospecting is often time-consuming, costly, wasteful, and hard on the morale of the sales team. 詳しくはこちらへ
If you think your salespeople can control the way buyers buy — think again. The old adage that "people love to buy, but hate to be sold" has changed to "people know how to buy, and won't be sold to." But, that doesn't mean it's time to fire your salesforce. With a little insight into today's buying process, salespeople can understand how customers buy and dramatically increase their sales results. 詳しくはこちらへ
There was a time when a salesperson could fulfill a unified role as a vendor, trusted advisor, and challenger. But today's hypercompetitive market requires the salesperson to play two distinct yet complementary roles—that of Consultant to the customer and Strategist to both the customer and his or her own organization. 詳しくはこちらへ
Personal power is the single biggest “make-or-break” factor in human performance—the factor that ultimately determines success. Beliefs are the fuel of our behavior, and there are four common beliefs that cause most of our negative feelings. In this article, we'll explore how to challenge these beliefs in order to unleash personal power.