Training Your Salesforce To Master Presentations

Guest Post by Don Matejko

Strong presentation skills are important for any sales professional, especially when the products or services being sold are complicated, expensive and/or unfamiliar to the prospect. Some salespeople are naturally gifted presenters, but most acquire their skills through experience and training. If you are responsible for training in this area, here are important tips to bring your salespeople along quickly in the art of sales presentation.

 

1. Establish a training knowledge base

Effective presentations require the presenter to be credible and authentic. No amount of pre-packaged text and dazzling imagery can cover up a presenter who doesn’t really know what he or she is talking about. In contrast, a presenter who exudes confidence and understanding can effectively turn prospects into customers even if the presentation itself is flawed. With this in mind, salespeople should have a very strong understanding of products, services, their company,...

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New Business Management Software is supposed to make it EASIER

guest blog zoho Aug 08, 2018
Author: Randi Zimmermann

Everyone wants to make their life easier, right?

We use email to communicate because it’s faster and easier than sending a letter using snail mail. We use social media because seeing baby pictures is nice, even if those ‘friends’ are not close anymore. Technology is driven by convenience and operational improvements. This is especially the case with some of the business management software that’s currently available. Ideally, these software tools make us happier, more productive, and better connected.

 

When you’re running a business, higher productivity leads to increased profits, right? Streamlining processes saves time and energy, right? Anyone who’s ever searched for the right tool to make operational improvements has discovered that making work easier is not immediately easy.

 

Narrowing down the choices of platform or app can be a puzzle, causing overwhelm. And that’s only the first...

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