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Quick Look Course Summary:Overcoming Sales Objections Course
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  • Length: 1 day(s)

  • Price (at your venue): 1 Person R 3,982.50 EX VAT 3 Person R 2,729.81 EX VAT 10 Person R 1,885.40 EX VAT

  • Certification Type: Non-Accredited

  • Locations & Venues: Off-site or in-house. We train in all major city centres throughout South Africa.

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Smash Your Sales Targets with our Overcoming Sales Objections Course: Introduction (Sales Training / Sales Conference /Sales Workshop)

This course (sales training; sales conference; sales courses; sales workshop; sales coaching; telesales training) teaches participants how to add value to their product to overcome objections by potential customers (sales training / sales conference /sales workshop).


Overcoming Sales Objections Course :Course Outline

Don’t fight the objections of potential customers, rather accept the fact that each new client will have some way of testing the water, so to speak. It’s a part of the sales process and it’s not going to disappear. A successful career in sales depends on understanding human beings and what they will do or say in a given situation. But let’s be completely candid here – the bottom line in sales is sales, you will be judged on your sales not your sterling personality. We are pleased to present our workshop Overcoming Sales Objections (Sales Training) to employees and managers in sales. We aim to provide participants with tools to overcome the customers’ objection – this is the course that will take you from getting a foot in the door – to the customer signing on the dotted line. People are a funny species, our natural instinct is to be part of the crowd, and if the crowd has a new coffee mug, the new people joining the crowd also want a new coffee mug. We want to belong and be part of society, contra-indicative to that natural instinct is another natural instinct (one that ensured our survival as a species) and that’s caution. In modern terms its scepticism, this is one of the most common sales objections, with misunderstanding and stalling following close behind. Your task is to dig up those objections and eliminate them. The workshop teaches participants several techniques to aid them in deflating and nullifying objections. One strategy is reassurance: hear the customers’ complaint, affirm your understanding and then give your reassurance preferably by citing a benefit of the product which effectively eliminates the objection.TIP: THE FIVE STEPS –EXPECT OBJECTIONS – Allow customers to fully express their objections before you attempt to answer them. WELCOME THEM – The customer hasn’t walked away or given you an outright no. Objecting means they’re thinking about it – objections are a good sign. AFFIRM THEM – Let the client understand that you understand their objections and want to answer them. COMPLETE ANSWERS – Give the customer a complete answer. You want to eliminate their objection and nullify any spin off’s. COMPENSATING BENEFITS – Sometimes objections are legitimate problems, when this happens you need to have a compensating benefit ready. We round our workshop (sales training / sales conference /sales workshop) off with a module on do’s and don’ts when negotiating sales objections and our final module is dedicated to closing the deal and we share several persuasive closing techniques.


1. Introduction
Pre workshop review

2. Remove the clutter
Just do it
You don’t have to keep everything
Three boxes: Keep, Donate and Trash
A place for everything
Case study

3. Prioritise
Write it down
Urgent/Important matrix
Divide tasks
80/20 rule
Case study

4. Scheduling your time
Have a master calendar
Setting deadlines
Remove or limit time wasters
Coping with things outside your control
Case study

5. To do lists
Use a day planner
Finish what you start
Focus on the important
Do quick tasks immediately
Case study

6. Paper and paperless storage
Find a system that works for you
Make it consistent
Make it time sensitive
Setting up archives
Case study

7. Organisation in your work area
Keeping items within arms reach
Only have current projects on your desk
Arranging your drawers
Organise to match your workflow
Case study

8. Tools to fight procrastination
Eat the frog
Remove distractions
Give yourself a reward
Break up large tasks
Case study

9. Organising your inbox
Setting delivery rules
Folder and message hierarchy
Deal with E-Mail first
Flag and highlight important items
Case study

10. Avoid the causes of disorganisation
Keeping everything
Not being consistent
Not following a schedule
Bad habits
Case study

11. Discipline is the key to organisation
Stay within your systems
Learn to say No
Let organisation become a habit
Plan for tomorrow, Today
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12. Topics not discussed
Post workshop overview

Related concepts include sales seminars; retail sales training; telemarketing training; sales skills training; objection handling training; sales people training; negotiation skills training; telesales training course; sales motivation training

Overcoming Sales Objections Course (Sales Training): Course Duration

1 day/s

Who should attend: Overcoming Sales Objections Course (Sales Training)

This is advanced sales course (sales training / sales conference /sales workshop) intended for anyone, and those who are in sales and marketing.

**Quote does not include Any Exam Fees (if applicable)

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