Landscape Sales Training & Coaching
You already know that your landscape sales team is at the heart of your profitability. How they perform can either positively or negatively impact your business. But what can you do to make improvements? How can you ensure that your team is constantly getting better and not repeating bad habits or following ineffective methodologies? Let us at landscape sales training show you how to move forward. One call could be the change you've been looking for.
It takes an average of 18 calls to actually connect with a buyer.
Landscape sales training course was designed specifically for the landscape industry by a veteran sales expert with over 35-years of successful landscape sales experience. The intent is to increase overall sales and to provide a professional approach to selling landscaping. The training will consist of finding your right mindset, finding a lead, how to sell the lead, closing the lead, and upselling and retaining customers. The fact that you’re concerned about these issues is already a step in the right direction. A lot of landscaping companies get stuck in a sales rut when they don’t take the time to analyze how their team is doing and what kind of additional support they may need to succeed. After all, you have some accountability in the grand scheme of things—and that is to support your people and give them the tools and skills they need to be successful and the best at growing your company.
In today’s extremely competitive business environment, having any advantage over the competition is useful. One of the most important tools that a company can have to ensure that they stay one step ahead is a strong sales team. According to a study cited on the SalesForce Training website, the caliber of the salesperson, in a B2B environment, is the most important factor influencing prospects’ decisions to buy. In the U.S., more than $5 billion is invested in sales training and improvement. Continued education is critical to the success of your sales team and should be provided as often as possible. Normally, a new sales employee usually takes 2-3 months to become fully productive for the company. With time, he learns about the products/ services, new market, prospective clients, and competition. However, through proper sales training, his sales learning curve can be improved and accelerated. Sales Training will allow understanding the customer base, sales techniques, and the right approach, thereby increasing the efficiency and output of the salesperson.
"I highly recommend Landscape sales Training. All of the staff members are extremely professional, have excellent communication skills, and provide great service. I wouldn’t choose any other Landscaping sales training."
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