Are you ready for your team to start building relationships with your clients?
Do you want your team to transition one-off clients into long term customers?
Are you ready to help your sales team change their mindsets, work smarter and perform better than ever before?
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, then now is the time to be investing in your sales people. The Sales Edge program with Leadership Management Australia can take your high performing sales people and provide them with the skills to compete in the toughest markets and achieve outstanding results.
The program starting on the 17th October 2016 is filling up fast so contact us now to discuss your enrolment.
About the course:
The Sales Edge (TSE) program prepares salespeople at all levels to achieve more and become masters of the entire sales process. Whether you have been in sales for 12 months or 12 years, The Sales Edge course will see you through to improved sales performance and greater results. You and your team will be thoroughly prepared for the challenges of your role as a pivotal connection between customers and the services your organisation can provide. Click to view more information on the course and upcoming dates.
Financial Incentives Opportunity:
The Sales Edge program through Leadership Management Australia is available through a Traineeship. This means that you can enrol participants into this leading program and by using the traineeship for Business to Business Sales you will be able to claim an exemption on a payroll tax ranging from 12 to 24 months. At 5.5% of the employee’s salary, this is a significant saving! Click here to find out more.
- The TSE program has been specifically designed to assist sales professionals to:
- Develop and maintain strong relationships with clients and customers
- Increase sales revenue
- Increase market share
- Generate more leads and identify new opportunities
- Enhance presentation skills
- Improve self-management to become highly productive sales professionals
- Develop greater confidence and positive expectancy