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We examine the types of trust, which can be established between a salesperson and the customer, then depending on your type of industry and your personality the trust strategy will be designed. Throughout the course we are working with DEVELOR’s Relationship Triangle, a unique tool to determine the way salespeople will establish trust and increase the chances of closing the deal.
Once the strategy has been established the course goes through a series of techniques and their applications in real life. These include ways to create a favorable first impression and other techniques to increase your “likability”; adjusting the salesperson’s behavior to the customer’s behavior based on the DDS purchasing behavior typology and the 6 ways of influencing as researched by Dr. Cialdini. In the second part of the program we focus on sales attitude mindset and how it influences the ways we can exceed customer expectations.
The uniqueness of the course is the recogition that there is no one way of trust building. Depending on the type of industry and the sales strategy of your organization, salespeople need to tailor their ways of building trust and their credibilty. Customized situational exercises help participants to recognize which type of trust is preferred by the customer, which will lead to a successfull sales result.
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