Essential Selling Skills Session 11: Handling and Preventing Objections
Learn to prevent and minimize sales objections and avoid common mistakes made by sales professionals
Essential Selling Skills Session 11 – Handling and Preventing Objections ($20, 29 minutes, on-demand) All salespeople encounter objections but the best sales professionals respond more effectively. They follow a process that increases the likelihood that the customer’s concerns will be addressed and that the sale will move forward. Participants will learn how to respond to different types of objections, notably with a lot of practical examples. You also will become better at preventing and minimizing the likelihood that customers will express objections by avoiding mistakes that average sellers make. A downloadable planning form is included so that you can practice how to respond to the most likely objections that you may encounter.
The video, downloadable handout, downloadable planning form, and quiz will improve your ability to handle and prevent objections, including how to:
Essential Selling Skills Session 11: Handling and Preventing Objections is the eleventh of twelve online learning modules in the Essential Selling Skills Series.
Your registration provides 6 months access to practical skills-based online training, on your schedule, at your location.
The instructor is available to answer questions at email@example.com or 339-832-8666.
The entire Essential Selling Skills series includes almost 6 hours of training divided into 12 sessions, each about 30 minutes in duration. The series includes a 1 year subscription for the discounted price of $175. Session 1 is free, so use it as a no-cost way to preview the entire series.
Print Handout: ESS 11 Handling Objections Handout
Print Planning Form: ESS 11 Anticipating and Planning for Objections
Play Video: ESS Module 11 Handling and Preventing Objections
Download and Save: Planning Form in Word - ESS 11 Anticipating and Planning for Objections
Take the Quiz: ESS 11 - Test your Knowledge on Handling and Preventing Objections