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  • The Ambassador Factor: Create Client Loyalty to Drive Sales Success
    The Ambassador Factor: Create Client Loyalty to Drive Sales Success
    Amy Franko, The Strategic Sales Expert Recorded: Feb 21 2019 42 mins
    The new sales economy has made the standard definition of “satisfaction” obsolete. To attract and grow the best customers today, we need to cultivate loyalty. This requires sellers and sales leaders who are ambassadors. Loyal clients are 3X more likely to continue buying from you; you can expand your reach at higher margins. Amy’s session reveals strategies to improve overall client loyalty and boost your sales success.

    You will learn:

    1. What it means to sell like an ambassador
    2.Key value elements that are most important to our prospects and customers
    3.The differences between tables stakes (satisfaction) and differentiators (loyalty)
    4.Loyalty strategies you can apply with prospects and existing clients
  • Part 1: What Management Needs to Know About Successfully Selling to the Top
    Part 1: What Management Needs to Know About Successfully Selling to the Top
    Caryn Kopp, The Chief Door Opener Expert w/special guest, Kent Gregoire Recorded: Feb 20 2019 44 mins
    In Part I of this two-part webinar series, you will learn the process for winning sales opportunities at the executive level and the next-generation in opportunity management for sales organizations. We’ll discuss a structured, scalable process for qualifying and most importantly, winning strategic sales opportunities where competitors are strong and customer buying protocols are influenced by formal and informal decision criteria.

    The content of this webinar is highly effective when you face:
    •Long sales cycles (larger deal size)
    •Tough competition
    •Multiple decision-makers in the buying process
    •Executive level decision makers

    You will learn how to:
    1.Qualify in or out of deals quickly to improve close ratio using 9 criteria
    2.Examine formal and informal power and find the relevant executive
    3.Improve forecast accuracy
    4.Win more profitable business

    Be sure to sign up for Part II of What Management Needs to Know About Successfully Selling to the Top to learn the 4 leadership practices that ensure results when selling to executives, on Feb 26 @1pmE.
  • Understand Unique Business Issues of Global Corporations
    Understand Unique Business Issues of Global Corporations
    Barbara Weaver Smith, The Large Account Sales Expert Recorded: Feb 20 2019 41 mins
    Part II in the series Your Growth Ecosystem: Don’t Think Small About Your Big Accounts. For CEOs, Presidents, Founders/Owners, Business Development Heads, Sales VPs, and Key Account Managers of companies of any size, with special relevance to those with $10 million to $500 million in annual revenue. The series is a strategic, high-level approach to managing your organization to successfully sell and grow sales to multinational and global corporations.

    These corporations face all the usual business challenges and needs as well as issues unique to their size and global reach. The leadership team in one subsidiary company may ultimately be subject to the decision-making authority of corporate leaders in another country, from another culture, with different concepts of risk, the speed of decision-making, and what constitutes proof. Corporate culture is influenced by the cultures of all the countries from which leaders originate and where employees reside. Besides culture, large corporations are uniquely complex, unwieldy, influenced by the speed of business, technology dependent, and rule-governed. How will you train your sellers and SMEs to understand and position your company as a superior resource to executives in very large companies?


    You will learn:

    1. How understanding the unique issues of global corporations can help you better position your company’s value proposition.
    2. What is the most important issue facing all global businesses.
    3. What resources are available to help you learn about doing business in other countries.
    4.How you can decide what to do when your customer is expanding internationally
    5.What opportunities you have to be innovative with global customers.
  • The Current State of Sales Coaching – How to Make Coaching Work
    The Current State of Sales Coaching – How to Make Coaching Work
    Steven Rosen with David Kurlan Recorded: Feb 19 2019 42 mins
    Join sales management expert Steven Rosen and his guest sales expert David Kurlan for an exciting “Fireside Chat.” In this episode, they will share their insights on what sales executives and managers need to do to ensure that they can overcome many common coaching challenges and coach their salespeople to crush their sales numbers.

    No PowerPoint, no videos, just open and frank discussion.

    Expect an action-packed webinar filled with sales management gems, pearls, powerful insights and stories that will help you crush your sales numbers.

    Are you doing a great job coaching? Are you coaching frequently enough? Steven and Dave will answer these questions and share their insights into why coaching is not working and what you can do to ensure that you can get the impact you desire from coaching.

    You will learn:

    - What is the current state of sales coaching
    - What can you do to improve your coaching effectiveness
    - How to ensure that you and your sales managers are coaching
  • Sales Scripts: Acting Secrets for Bringing your Script to Life
    Sales Scripts: Acting Secrets for Bringing your Script to Life
    Julie Hansen, The Sales Presentation Expert Recorded: Feb 14 2019 49 mins
    Hate using a sales script? Afraid you’ll sound phony? You’re not alone. Yet a good sales script, delivered well, can be one of your most powerful selling tools. Fortunately, you can learn how to take those words “off the page” and bring them to life in a natural, conversational way by applying the same techniques actors use in film and television. In this webinar, Actor and Author Julie Hansen reveals simple acting secrets for working with your sales script in an authentic, fresh way that will free you up to have an active, engaging dialogue with your prospect.
    You will learn:

    1.Scripts vs. “winging it” – what you need to know
    2.5 things you absolutely, positively must have down cold
    3.How to break down your sales script into “beats” like an actor
    4.The difference between “internalizing” and “memorizing” your script
    5.How to deliver your script so it never sounds canned!
  • Six Ways to Shorten the Sales Cycle:Reduce Complexity and Increase Win Rates
    Six Ways to Shorten the Sales Cycle:Reduce Complexity and Increase Win Rates
    Christopher Ryan, The B2B Revenue Growth Expert w/special guest Mladen Kresic Recorded: Feb 13 2019 45 mins
    Due to the expanding involvement of multiple people (and functions) in the decision process, sales cycles are getting longer and the entire process is becoming more complex. As a result, customers prefer not to change and to remain with the status quo. This leads to a lot of frustration for sellers and a great loss of productivity.

    We will discuss the realities of today’s complex selling environment and how to avoid pitfalls that lengthen the process. You will also hear about how to maintain the value of your offering while keeping your credibility and leverage strong. Most important, we will give you the details of six proven strategies to shorten the sales cycle:

    1. Factor in the decision process.
    2. Stop excessive and unnecessary reorganizations.
    3. Sell solutions that impact business.
    4. Manage internal expectations.
    5. Don’t overcomplicate it.
    6. Avoid unprincipled concessions.

    This training event is not based on theory, but rather on the specific strategies and tactics developed by top international negotiation expert Mladen Kresic. Mladen has taught and consulted with many leading corporations to help them close more than $2 Billion in closed deals. Several examples of successful negotiations will be provided.    

    As a result of attending this event, you will learn how to:

    Make it easier for your customers to buy.
    Sell solutions that impact the customer’s business 
    Simplify the process and manage internal expectations.
    Avoid unprincipled concessions.
  • Increase Quota Attainment with a Buyer-Oriented Selling System
    Increase Quota Attainment with a Buyer-Oriented Selling System
    Mike Kunkle, The Sales Transformation Expert Recorded: Feb 5 2019 38 mins
    Ongoing sales research repeatedly tells us that modern buyers want something different from sales reps than they’re getting today. Yet, for the most part, sellers continue to do the same old things they’ve always done. This does not bode well for 2019.

    Are you tired of how many of your sales team’s deals end in “No Decision?”
    Does it concern you how many of your sales reps don’t make quota?
    Are you ready to do something about it?

    In this webinar on The Sales Experts Channel, sales enablement expert Mike Kunkle will share a Buyer-Oriented Selling System that will help you:

    1.Shift your sellers’ mindset to think like a buyer
    2.“Flip the script” to operate outside-in, from your buyers’ perspective
    3.Operate in ways that build trust, rather than sounding like a stereotypical salesperson
    4.Increase competitive differentiation as well as improve win-rates and quota attainment
    5.Sell differently to get different results
  • Sales in a New York Minute
    Sales in a New York Minute
    Deb Calvert w/special guest, Jennifer Gluckow, author of Sales in a New York Minute Recorded: Feb 4 2019 45 mins
    Deb is hosting special guest Jennifer Gluckow to talk about her new book “Sales in a New York Minute.”

    You've heard the term ''...in a New York minute,'' and you have your own ideas of what it means. Jennifer Gluckow defines it as ''fast, clear, direct, and successful.'' That's the way of New York, and it's the way sales are made (or lost) in New York City, and everywhere else on the planet.

    Jennifer's concepts and strategies for selling follow the timeless New York City line, ''If you can make it there you can make it anywhere,'' transitioned to, ''If you can make the sale there, you can make the sale anywhere.''

    212 is a sales nuance - it's the boiling point, the tipping point, and the emotional point. It's the NYC area code, and it's the number of mastery ideas and strategies in Jennifer's book that will bring salespeople success. Whether you're a sales newbie or a sales master, Jennifer's 212 New York minutes will bring your sales and your customers to the buying point.

    From attracting customers online and face-to-face, to helping secure lifelong relationships, referrals and reorders, by building trust over time, minute by minute; to ensuring profitable sales and customer loyalty, you will learn 212 strategies that when put into practice, will make your sales and success soar.
  • Jeffrey Gitomer’s Sales Manifesto
    Jeffrey Gitomer’s Sales Manifesto
    Deb Calvert w/special guest, Jeffrey Gitomer, The King of Sales Recorded: Feb 4 2019 45 mins
    Deb is hosting special guest Jeffrey Gitomer because…

    After 50 years of successfully making sales all over the world.
    After delivering more than 2,500 customized speeches to the world's biggest companies.
    After establishing an unrivaled social platform with millions of views and followers.
    After leading the marketplace with Sell or Die podcast.
    After delivering more than 350 sold-out public seminars to audiences all over the globe.
    After writing 13 best-selling books including The Sales Bible and The Little Red Book of Selling...

    Jeffrey Gitomer has finally written the SALES MANIFESTO. A book that sets the standard, and lays bare what it will take for salespeople to succeed now, and for the next decade.

    The MANIFESTO identifies in simple language the 5.5 parts of the new sale, and builds easy-to-learn and easy-to-implement models for each component:

    1. Value Attraction (creating social messages that make the reader want more)
    2. THEM Preparation (planning strategy, getting ready, and executing)
    3. Value Engagement (attraction PLUS value)
    4. Connection and Completion (perceived value beyond price in both 'how to connect' and 'connect to make a sale')
    5. Building profitable long-term relationships (loyal, value driven customers)
    5.5 Building a permanent referable first-class reputation (both online and community based)

    This book is not just the answer - it's a no bull book of ANSWERS and ACTIONS that will put you on top of your sales world and keep you there.
  • Gain Relevant Sales Knowledge about Very Large Account Prospects
    Gain Relevant Sales Knowledge about Very Large Account Prospects
    Barbara Weaver Smith, The Large Account Sales Expert Recorded: Jan 30 2019 44 mins
    Part I in the series Your Growth Ecosystem: Don’t Think Small About Your Big Accounts. For CEO, President, Founder, Owner, Business Development, Sales VP, CMO, Sales Enablement, Key Account Manager of companies of any size, with special relevance to those with $10 million to $500 million in annual revenue. The series is a strategic, high-level approach to managing your organization to successfully sell and grow sales to multinational and global corporations. Far too often, these responsibilities become divided by territories, individual reps, product lines, historical relationships, or sales to divisions or subsidiaries. The corporate board and senior management make their most strategic business and financial decisions with their entire global footprint top of mind—unless you can see the whole as well as its parts, you operate from a position of weakness. How can your company initiate and manage long-term relationships with the many people, subsidiaries, locations and divisions of a global account in a way to provide the greatest value to that customer and you? This webinar covers your company’s knowledge base—how do you gain relevant knowledge, manage it, share it, and keep it up to date. Who should be responsible and how can you afford to do it?


    You will learn:

    1.How much does your team need to know in order to be successful?
    2.How to conduct research, synthesize what’s relevant, and keep it up to date?
    3.How to share and communicate among all who need to know?
    4.What are the relevant tools and resources to make this process easy?
    5.Who should be responsible for doing this work? How can you afford it?

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