Sales Training Tip: How to Increase Your Sales--Don't Say Yes Too Quickly by Kelley Robertson





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Published on Mar 13, 2011

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Saying yes to a deal too quickly can cost you money and prevent you from increasing your sales.

In this sales training video, noted sales trainer and keynore speaker, Kelley Robertson, shares practical sales tips and ideas that will help you negotiate more effectively. This will help salespeople close more sales, make more deals and earn more money in sales.

Kelley Robertson's Bio
Kelley Robertson has been helping sales people increase their sales and for almost two decades. He has helped thousands of sales people in dozens of industries improve their results.

He is the former National Sales Trainer for Sony Canada. During his tenure he created and introduced sales training programs that helped the Sony Stores become one of Canada's top retailers of consumer electronics. The programs he developed are now globally recognized and utilized within the Sony organization.

He is highly regarded for his practical approach to sales and selling. His warm and engaging personality along with his user-friendly ideas makes him a highly-rated presenter at conferences and sales meetings.

Kelley is the author of two sales books, a dozen audio programs, a daily blog, and more than one hundred sales training articles.

International recognition: Kelley's success in sales training has helped him capture an international audience. He has delivered sales training workshops and sales keynote presentations in Canada, United States, South America and Mexico.

To book Kelley Robertson, one of North America's top sales trainers and motivational experts, please contact him at Kelley@RobertsonTrainingGroup.com.



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