Contact: Daniel Cheng / firstname.lastname@example.org
NCCBA presents Jim Joyce, the president of Sales Partners, to lead our discussion about the concept and importance of selling.
Topics to be covered:
1. The Importance of Sales/the Sales Person
(We’re all salespeople whether we know it or not)
2. Why Some People Don’t Like to Sell:
b.Lack of Knowledge of Sales Skills/Process
Most people don’t know/use a Process that makes Selling easier
Too High, Too Low
d.Lack of Passion – for the Offerings or their Company
e.Some “Good” Bad Examples that resulted in lost sales
3. How to Get Past Those Issues then Like to Sell
4. An Exercise to Confirm That Happens
Please join us for this fascinating discussion! Questions can be submitted by attendees.
NCCBA members and non-members are welcome to attend!
When: Oct. 6th (Friday) 12 pm – 1:30 pm
Where: Global Education Institute, Address: 6320 Quadrangle Dr #240, Chapel Hill, NC 27517
Fee: Members: Free, non-members: $5 to cover the lunch of pizza.
Registration: Free ticket by clicking Confirm RSVP button on the event page
President – SALES PARTNERS, INC.SM
Prior to forming Sales Partners, Jim served as Division General Manager, Director of National Operations, Vice President, etc. for companies ranging in annual revenue from over $20B to less than $5MM – achieving sales targets over 90% of the time. He is a Certified Master Sales Trainer (Learning International.)
With over 30 years of successful experience teaching, coaching and mentoring executives, managers, salespeople, customer service reps and students, Jim Joyce brings his special attribute: acute empathy.
Using this skill at Sales Partners, Jim helps companies, institutions and individuals work effectively and efficiently to achieve their greatest potential.
Jim coaches and judges business programs at the University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School, Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, the School of Business at NCCU and conducts seminars and classes for Technical Community Colleges in N.C., Chambers of Commerce, Professional Organizations and private industry.
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