CONVERTING CASUAL CONVERSATIONS INTO SALES
Wednesday, Nov 13 | 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM | Room 2
CMP-IS Domain A: Strategic planning, 1.0 CEs
Converting Casual Conversations Into Sales teaches simple, yet powerful techniques on how to have more meaningful conversations that lead to doing business together. This training will cover how to increase your likability and credibility quickly when meeting someone new. Participants will learn to recognize subtle cues people give when they’re interested in doing business.
Converting Casual Conversations Into Sales is for people who want to:
Increase likability and credibility quickly
Have meaningful conversations, even when someone has a different style than yours
Learn how to invite people to do business with you without sounding salesy or pushy
Recognize Buying Signals
Know how to keep the rapport intact even when someone tells you no
About Nikki Rausch
CEO of Sales Maven, an organization dedicated to authentic selling, Nikki Rausch has the unique ability to transform the misunderstood process of “selling”.
With 25+ years of experience selling to such prestigious organizations as The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Hewlett-Packard, and NASA, Nikki shattered sales records in many industries, receiving multiple “top producer” awards along the way.
Today, entrepreneurs and small business owners from a wide range of disciplines hire Nikki to show them how to sell successfully and authentically, without being pushy or “salesy.”
An engaging and sought-after speaker, she shares the secrets of her sales success through illuminating keynote addresses and business-changing workshops. Her robust Sales Maven Society ignites game-changing outcomes for clients.
Nikki’s three popular books are available at Amazon. "The Selling Staircase", “Buying Signals” and “Six-Word Lessons on Influencing with Grace” are excellent resources for those unable to attend her live speaking engagements, coaching groups, or workshops.
A former road warrior who has hung up her corporate sales hat, Nikki is delighted to call the Pacific Northwest home.