Many sales managers believe that extroverts are the best personality types to be in a sales role when, in reality, ambiverts are the most suitable for the position. First, let's address what an ambivert is- ambiverts are people that fall in between the spectrum of extroverts and introverts. Ambivert people possess traits of both introverts and extroverts.
The qualities that an ambivert person has includes:
1. Listening Skills: A good salesperson or consultant will listen very intently to understand the client's problems.
2. Enthusiastic Personality: Another trait that a successful salesperson or consultant has is a natural and genuine enthusiasm for the company he or she works for and the products they sell.
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Through this program, the participants will learn to:
1. Apply time-tested approaches for consultative selling to produce stellar results
2. Nurture trust by building credibility, maintaining reliability and being client-oriented
3. Ask insightful questions that uncover the unspoken problematic areas
4. Understand client’s pain points and generate options to best solve their issues
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