Sales training

Can you organise/suggest a training program on sales automation tools & techniques, sales planning, sale strategies and its implementation for financial service company?

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      Profile picture of Jack Bridger
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      5 months, 4 weeks ago

      Hi Ayushi, may have some ideas to point you to. Do you have any more info about sizes, geography etc.?

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      Profile picture of Colin Campbell
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      5 months, 4 weeks ago

      Hey @ayushisharma – while you get back to @jackbridger on their question, I’ll leave this for you here…

      An “Ask Me Anything” session we did with @skipm3 (Skip Miller, Founder & President of M3 Learning): https://www.saleshacker.com/community/users/skipm3/activity/70392/

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      Profile picture of Louie Bernstein
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      5 months, 4 weeks ago

      There are several good companies out that that will tailor their content to your vertical; financial services. Challenger, Richardson, Wilson, etc. I am not here to plug mine.

      The one area I think that is overlooked is consistency. Time should be set for DAILY sales training. It only needs to be 30 minutes. But it is time well spent.

      Sales training is a means to an end. It is the practice that prepares you for the big game. By putting a hard time limit on structured, daily training, it keeps your sessions on track and prevents them from taking over the selling day.

      Your training time needs to be realistic and must have flexibility. If everyone is deeply engaged in a lesson or you’re reviewing a deal as part of the training session, a few extra minutes will not make a big difference.

      Hope this helps.
      Louie Bernstein
      LinkedIn: LouieBernstein

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