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Improve your Negotiating skills and receive less Objections on your Sales

Do you want to learn how you can get past the objections and secure your sales deal? If you want to have smooth negotiating skills then consider enrolling into this course.

A crucial yet overlooked aspect of objection handling occurs at the very beginning of the buying process, during prospecting. Sales reps who do their own prospecting and sales development reps encounter a myriad of objections in their attempts to connect with and qualify prospects. Even if a salesperson has properly qualified a prospect and correctly managed their expectations through the sales process, the deal can still end in a negotiation. The rep then needs to shift gears from consultant to negotiator in order to engineer an agreement that’s a win-win for both their own and their prospect’s companies.

So why bother yourself with so much problem when you can simply get into the course and learn ways to have smooth negotiating skills as well as the capability to answer to any objections during sales. Get started now!

Q Where are the courses held?

All the courses advertised on this website are studied online. There is no need for you to attend a venue to gain one of our qualifications.

Q What devices can I use to study the course?

The course is designed to display correctly on all devices including PC’s, Tablets and Mobile phones. As long as you have an internet connection you can log on and study.

Q Is there an end of course test?

Yes. Each course has an end, of course, multiple-choice test that will test your knowledge of the course modules you have just studied.

Q What is the pass mark for the end of course test?

The pass mark for the end of course tests is 60%

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