Sales training - 1 day

Date: 10 April 2018


Are you struggling to find new customers, fill bed spaces or manage void periods? In this tough economic climate, finding and keeping customers is essential to your business survival and yet many operators struggle with the concept of ‘selling’.

 

This one-day masterclass provides a comprehensive overview of the sales process and how to apply it in a social care setting. Learn the secrets of how to ‘sell’ effectively, build the loyalty of existing customers and find more clients. Effective selling takes careful planning with the right skills and attention.

 

What this masterclass will cover 

Key learning outcomes:

  • Fundamentals of the sales process within a social care setting.
  • How to generate leads to attract new customers in different social care settings.
  • Use customer insights to transform your sales and marketing strategy.
  • How to develop the customer relationship.
  • Effective negotiating skills.
  • How to expand/diversify into new markets, including an overview of GDPR.
  • Staying motivated and positive.

Who should attend this course?

This masterclass is especially useful for owners and executives, sales and marketing professionals, operations managers and anyone with an interest in improving the sales process within their social care business. This interactive masterclass will give you confidence, self-belief and clarity on how to improve sales for your business.

Venue:  

Monticello House
45 Russell Square
London WC1B 4JP

Time: 10am - 4pm

See booking terms and conditions here.

Testimonials

“Enjoyable and helpful training. I found all the topics covered relevant.”
"I've always been nervous about the nature of selling in a care setting. This masterclass has helped me to change my thinking and embrace new ideas on how I could be more effective. Thank you."
"Managing void periods and occupancy levels is an ongoing challenge. I've learned some helpful tips on how to do this in a planned way which I'll be putting it into practice straight away!"

 

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