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Sales Training Videos
This customer service film is our top selling program. It's loaded with humor, touching stories, fun graphics, and great music that all work together to deliver the powerful message: "take care of your customers." Bringing the enthusiasm and profound wisdom of Bob Farrell to your next meeting is a sure-fire way to transform your team into a bunch of pickle-givers!
Your company and your employees will definitely reap benefits from this film's message of making positive connections long after the video has ended. Nicholas Boothman's enthusiasm is contagious as he shows how to make a quick and genuine connection with customers that will lead to greater trust, increased sales and customer loyalty.
What's a WAYMISH? Well, no company can afford to drive good customers to the competition. WAYMISHes are "Why Are You Making It So Hard...for me to give you my money?" Sadly, it happens every day costing businesses in lost revenue and customer loyalty. Through vignettes every viewer can relate to, WAYMISH shows what frustrates customers and the simple steps that can be taken to meet their needs.
For employees to develop their abilities to contribute better to the organization, they can develop themselves for long-term success. This program provides inspiration, insights and instruction on how an individual at any level of an organization can create a strong personal brand that makes them, and what the organization does, matter.
In retail, it is typically not the problem that loses the customer, but the solution. When things get difficult, this memorable program will empower front-line retail employees with a set of clear and practical service recovery tools and techniques. From showing empathy and truly listening, to using permission phrases and presenting options to angry customers and guests. Your retail staff will learn how to use the right words at the right time.
It takes courage to negotiate. It's a life skill that each of us need, but many lack. Ed Brodow's 6 Principles to Negotiate Anything lays out a practical, easy-to-follow approach to negotiating; it gives participants the opportunity to hone their skills so they can negotiate successfully at work and in life.
Ever wonder why some people seem to know everybody? How do they walk up to a group of complete strangers at a conference and fit right in? Why do decision makers always take their calls? The Art of Networking will teach you how to use innovative communication ideas to help you grow your business.
Take new recruits to school on the sales process or give seasoned salespeople a refresher. This program covers greeting the customer, how to determine his or her needs, correct ways to present merchandise, effective means to validate the customer’s selection, and most importantly how to close the sale.
Most sales people think they know the sales process inside out: research the customer, identify the need, explain the benefits, overcome objections and ask for the order. It's easy in theory but it's harder in real life to apply that process in every type of sales situation, with every type of client. Successful Selling uses realistic and humorous scenarios to bring sales theory to life.
Beyond Words: Hiring and Interviewing is a 3 part series that teaches the interviewer to look beyond the answer to the question; to consider the body language of each applicant. Covers nonverbal cues that may indicate lying, doubt, attitude, and more.
Whatever level a sales person might be at, they can benefit from the lessons in this classic series. Humorous, and insightful, John Cleese amuses as he teaches us the difference between good and bad sales techniques. Right-way-wrong-way scenarios demonstrate how to be an excellent salesperson before, during and after meeting the customer.
Every call is important. This program shows that behavior and attitude can directly influence, both negatively and positively, the outcome of every call. John Cleese helps you focus on the latter.