Reduce training costs & minimise disruption with eLearning

Our e-learning courses are ideal for managers who feel they are too busy to coach teams or are concerned about cost and loss of productivity. With 62 bite-sized (20-30 minutes) modules on all areas of the consultative selling & sales process (ISMM level 3 accredited), you can access independent coaching sessions that meet development needs and enhance capabilities through guided and assessed self-learning.

Individual modules are available as well as the flexibility to customise to suit your team’s needs.

 

Reduce training costs & minimise disruption with eLearning

Our e-learning courses are ideal for managers who feel they are too busy to coach teams or are concerned about cost and loss of productivity. With 62 bite-sized (20-30 minutes) modules on all areas of the consultative selling & sales process (ISMM level 3 accredited), you can access independent coaching sessions that meet development needs and enhance capabilities through guided and assessed self-learning.

Individual modules are available as well as the flexibility to customise to suit your team’s needs.

 

Archive for March, 2015

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Different strokes for different folks

The link between personality and sales I talk about the importance of communication a lot, and heres another point – asking prospects about their preferred sales technique is vital in developing a consultative sales process. Remember it’s different strokes for different folks!

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My Story in Business Development

Our Business Development Director, Colin Chandler tells the story of his career in ‘My Story in Business Development’ recalling his experience up to joining Sales Activator on March 16th. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do, welcome to the team Colin!

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Sixth time lucky: the new sales mantra?

William Hickson had a point when he coined the phrase “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try again”. The only thing I’d say is that Will should have added a couple more ‘try’s to his proverb. Okay, this new phrase might not trip off the tongue as well as the original – certainly not […]

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