The Selling Game

Any professional Sales Manager, Sales Trainer or Sales Environment that is looking to increase revenue at the lowest possible cost and potentially the highest possible impact... please read on!

The Sales Activator® is interactive, versatile, effective and ... FUN! 70 Hours of re-useable resources to adapt to your own requirements! Win more customers and turn existing ones into lifelong ambassadors. Optimise the engagement of your salesforce with each customer.

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.

 

Autonomy, mastery and purpose

Is it important to incentivise to engage? In Dan Pink’s The Puzzle of Motivation, he asserts that ‘The moral is that often giving people things like cash incentives makes them worse at tasks. Being told about some “carrots and sticks” doesn’t get people to perform at peak efficiency in creative tasks, instead you want to emphasise autonomy, mastery and purpose’.

Autonomy: the urge to direct our own lives.

Mastery: the desire to get better and better at something that matters.

Purpose: the yearning to do what we do in the service of something larger than ourselves.

Many companies began their journey by simply slapping some meaningless badges, points and leaderboards onto their websites. For example, in mid-2011 Google introduced Google News Badges which awarded badges to readers of Google News that showed what type of news they were reading in politics or sports, etc. But Google has now withdrawn Google News Badges as part of its ‘spring cleaning’ efforts.

The target audience must be engaged with meaningful, well thought out incentives that is personal to them and their development journey, with a focus on autonomy, mastery and purpose you can’t go wrong.

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