Cold Calling and Booking Appointments

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WHO WILL BENEFIT?

This workshop has been designed for both new and experienced sales people.

COURSE TYPE

2-day workshop

Regional or in-company

LEARNING STYLE

Syndicate groups, brain storming, individual exercises, interactive discussions and role practice

WHAT DO YOU GET?

Course hand-outs

Course completion certificate

for more information on this course, please call or register your interest

01952 462300

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what’s it all about

This workshop has been designed for both new and experienced sales people looking to improve their confidence and effectiveness in cold calling potential new clients and increasing the number of fixed appointments they achieve. The delegates will examine the importance to any business of continuously adding new customers and the need to make it part of their daily activities.

The workshop will guide them through a structured frame work for success covering research, the actual call to get an appointment, the first meeting face to face and finally the follow up. Objections are explored using real examples and ways of challenging and overcoming them are worked out. We will explore the fear people have of rejection and how we can reduce this through preparation and a professional approach.

Delegates will be given some basic tools and templates to assist them when they return to their roles. The workshop closes with the attendees reviewing their current customer base / sectors to determine which sectors they should be targeting, this enables them to prepare an action plan to take away and immediately put into practice. 

What’s it all about?

  • Preparation and effective research of potential clients

  • The importance of fixed appointments 

  • Dealing with rejection effectively 

  • Making successful telephone cold calls

  • Building and rehearsing your pitch

  • Making 1st meeting memorable and interesting

  • Challenging and overcoming objections 

  • The importance of follow up

Martyn Jennings