How to get High Quality Consistent Sales Training for your Team

It has been said there are 3 things that top sales people do consistently. They train, train and train. But as a business owner, how do you provide consistent training that gives you and your team the edge to stay at the forefront?
Well, for starters you can go to seminars, read books or bring trainers in house. All of which work, but organizing them and the associated cost can sometimes be prohibitive.
I’m not going to tell you I have ‘the’ answer but I do believe what I’m about to share with you has a lot of credit.
Enter Jeffrey Gitomer.
Perhaps you’ve heard of Jeffrey, perhaps you haven’t. His style is unique but his results are unquestionable. I’ve been studying his material for many years and have found it to be solid. It resonates with me. Perhaps it will you too.
Anyway … about the sales training. Jeffrey has taken his life’s work (9 books – many best selling), and developed a platform that allows salespeople get get daily doses + more in-depth training on a schedule that suits the individual user. He has hosted it on a state of the art multi-million dollar platform called VT (Virtual Training). It is a interactive web-based  technology that is designed to emulate what happens in a live training environment. It tracks, monitors and measures everything the user does and has built-in real time reporting and notification features. It truly is leading edge.
If you think you and your team could benefit from a skills and attitude steroid shot … this is worth checking out. Below is the link to the technology and you can get a FREE 5-day trial. Check it out and have fun with it – you won’t regret looking it up.
Click Here for Gitomer VT
 
 
 

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