The New Normal
Seemingly overnight, we have transformed into a world where virtual is the preferred method of doing business. Zoom meetings and online shopping have become the order of the day. For industries that hinge largely on connecting with people and fostering meaningful, informative interactions, this physical distance can pose a challenge. But it’s not one that will get the best of your team – Consilio is here to make sure of that! We’re offering a free, two-part series called The New Normal: Selling & Leading Virtually. This series will arm you with the tools and techniques you need to seamlessly adapt your sales strategies and leadership methods to the virtual world.
The information and inspiration imparted in this workshop will be valuable for sales associates, account managers, executives, leaders, and anyone else in your organization who has a role to play in the big picture of your business’s sales approach.
Here are just a few of the key takeaways you can expect from the Selling Virtually workshop:
- How to set yourself apart from the competition
- How to build rapport
- How to follow up
- Tools and templates that can help
- How to hold your team accountable remotely
- How to improve communication
- How to get the best work out of each individual
- How to grow the business year over year
You’ll gain important insights into the “Coaching Forward” methodology, how to lead meetings that will engage every team member, and effective ways to foster teamwork and appreciation.
G.A. Bartick is President of Consilio and author of the international bestselling book, Silver Bullet Selling: 6 Critical Steps to Opening More Relationships and Closing More Sales. He’s a dynamic speaker who uses his experience, knowledge, enthusiasm and personal style to connect with his audience and inspire improved performance. You’re gonna love him!
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