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Why an Accurate Sales Forecast is the Key to Monthly Sales Success and Predictable Sales Growth

Why an Accurate Sales Forecast is the Key to Monthly Sales Success and Predictable Sales Growth

Any accurate sales forecast is a guaranteed gift towards your bank balance, your sanity, and your stress levels!

A truly accurate sales forecast means you know where you’re going, and how you’ll get there. Easy sailing…

So why do so many sales people and business owners fail to use the sale forecast to their advantage?

An Accurate Sales Forecast – Urban Myth or Unicorn?

I genuinely believe no-one really subscribes to the actuality of an accurate sales forecast.

This is simply because both you and I have all seen great sales forecasts fall apart. We’ve seen them fall apart probably on more than one occasion. Often just one week before month end! That happens.

So, you might suspect that when you drop a prospect in the sales forecast that it’s a best guess…because that’s what lots of sales people do.

And that’s where it starts to go wrong. An accurate sales forecast is not a best guess.

It’s a document of record.

I guarantee if you start to think about it as such, you’ll find a huge difference in terms of you being able to predict your sales success. This means you’ll find it easier to hit your target and predict your sales growth…and take control of your earnings.

What Does an Accurate Sales Forecast Look Like?

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I like this format because it focuses the sales persons mind, and also, it’s easy to see the solidity of the deal at a glance.

I’m not only advocating this template as a formal document, I’ve seen it used very successfully as part of self management. It’s a great self reality check for how solid a deal is, but that’s not the most powerful part of this template.

By far the most valuable element is that it forces you, as the sales person, to ask those sales based questions that can often just pass the sales person by.

But, you see, it’s these very questions that make the difference between a sales forecast and an accurate sales forecast.

And that means the difference between solid stable growth, predictable sales performance and a stress free sales environment and a hand to mouth, peaks and troughs sales sea saw…no, which would you rather have?

Building an Accurate Sales Forecast = Asking Structured Questions

You might want to check out some of the recent BANT articles I’ve written here about how to qualify prospects…Why Sales BANT is Not Enough and Has Anyone Seen My Buyer? because they’ll give you a broader understanding about the value of asking those qualifying questions that are critical at the end of the sales process.

Good Quality Questions Create Accurate Sales Forecasts

Here are some of the key questions you mighty consider.

It’s important to look at the format, the detail and the accountability you are conferring to your prospect to work with you, honestly, openly and with a high level of transparency:

  • So following the template above, when you’re thinking about creating your accurate sales forecast it’s perfectly acceptable to ask and re confirm the following, through all the stages in the sales process:
  • You’re the person who will make the final decision on this? Will that decision need to be signed of by anyone else? Who holds the budget for this purchase?  What part do they play in deciding who to buy from?
  • We agree that the costs associated with doing nothing provide a clear and definitive ROI using our solution/product/service?
  • That if, as discussed we provide you with the solution/product/service as discussed at $£X then you are happy to buy from my organisation?
  • And that budget is available now? /And that budget for this purchase will be signed off by dd/mm, so you can get delivery by dd/mm then we can agree I can go ahead and raise a contract so you can send me a purchase order by dd/mm…?
Why is this Important?

It’s important because you as the sales person gets to see where the variable or undecided factors are, most often this will be around timing, but not always…

Using these questions and the template above you know exactly how solid a prospect is, and what detail you need to chase down to convert a prospect to an order.

What Else Contributes to Inaccurate/Accurate Sales Forecasts?

Think about these factors and reflect on the impact they could be having on your sales forecasting ability…

  1. Qualifying is not a one time event. Qualify and re-qualify as often as you need but especially when there are changes taking place. Be that shifts in time scales, new people entering the discussion, shifts in agenda etc
  2. Don’t rely on your sales CRM to forecast for you. In the main I’ve found sales CRM sales pipeline generation and management the cause of much distress and false hope. Use it, but have the reality check on high alert.
  3. Use your judgement. If a deal wobbles a few times, starts to drag, the prospect avoids your calls, then read the signs. You need to get involved and re-assess. Trust me, a great prospect is never that busy to return a call.
  4. Honestly is critical in your sales forecast. If you insist on fabricating, padding or listening to your ego, then you’ll find people losing faith in your pretty quickly. Your judgement is flawed and your word’s not to be trusted. That’s not a rep you want.
  5. You need to get smart about new business development. That way you’re not tempted to hang on to dead deals, and chasing prospects who’ve died on you.
  6. Accountability – state your numbers, commit your focus and own it. No shirking. Don’t be that sales guy!
  7. If things are going pear-shaped – go talk to someone. Don’t put your head in the sand…get a 2nd view and draw up an action plan. Don’t panic, or start discounting or give up…
Now Consider This

Dropping a prospect out of your sales pipeline is acceptable. It’s much better to do that than cloud a picture where you need absolute and razor sharp clarity.

You’ll find the clarity especially when it comes to working out your Sales Recipe

How to Generate an Accurate Sales Forecast
Gaining clarity in this area and generating an accurate sales forecast is the key to turbo charging your sales results and your sales bonus

If you can get clarity in this one area, you’ll find your ability to fully turbo charge your sales efforts, and therefore your sales results, and therefore your sales bonus!

So, in summary, an accurate sales forecast is neither an urban myth or a unicorn, but it is magical in terms of what it can mean for your business, your bonus and your sanity.

Happy Selling

Carol

carol@mortonkyle.com

0779 002 1885

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Anyone Seen My Buyer?

Anyone Seen My Buyer?

Chasing Sales Quotes

Chasing sales quotes…how much times does that waste? But you have to do it because it’s the last thing you need to do before you get the order.

You’ve done all the hard work, you just need to clear the paper work and get the signature.

I hate it. I hate it when a sales person tells me they’ve sent the quote and will chase tomorrow, I hate it because at that point I know and the sales person knows that the buyer might just go AWOL. It happens.

Now, ideally, you’d have closed on the day, got the order form signed, shaken hands and just scanned a copy to the buyer for their files. That’s how it should be done.

But, sometimes that’s just not possible.

So the buyer has a chance to disappear!

All you hard work hanging there…

It’s Not Always Bad News…

No, of course not, some buyers do really get abducted by aliens, find a new religion, win the lottery and some even (I know this is tough to hear) will go with another provider…

But the truth is the disappearing buyer is such a pain because it’s cost so much to get the buyer to that stage.

You see, the buyer is bailing at the wrong end of the sales funnel.

The skill – to save time, sanity, money is to get the buyer to bail early on.

The earlier the better.

That way, you’ll know, that by the time you have the buyer at the chasing sales quotes stage, that you are actually both on the same page.

How to Avoid Having to Chase Sales Quotes

It’s simple…make the prospect so committed to buying from you that chasing the quote is never an issue.

See…but you knew that all along…

So how about this, and listen up because this is a key area where sales people create their own living hell.

And, it could be so easily avoided.

Some sales people, not you obviously,  take sales prospects through the whole sales process, investing heaps of time, money and wisdom, when the prospect REALLY should have been rejected at the beginning of the sales process.

Yep, some sales people don’t ask the tough questions at the beginning of the sales process. The tough but fair questions that would define the QUALITY of the sales prospect.

And you know what?

A serious buyer is expecting you to ask those questions!

Sales people who don’t BANT, or they BANT weakly, which means just checking the prospect has a pulse! (for more details on BANT hit this link – More About BANT).

And, when sales people that do BANT, find a less than perfect prospect, they will often put up with less than perfect answers because they fear what will happen if they get stringent with the sales criteria they use….oh no, an empty sales pipeline!!!

Some sales people see that as bad news (I don’t, I just see it as free resource to invest in worthy prospects) but I know sales people who think ‘Nightmare’.

Look at it this way, what would happen if a sales person ended up rejecting a chunk of their sales prospects because they weren’t worthy of time/effort investment?

I will leave that to your conscience.

In a nutshell…if your prospect is going AWOL after you’ve done the hard work, then the buyer was never really a buyer.

You made a bad prospect call and you’ve wasted your time.

Oh, and your sales pipeline is falling apart around your ears (sound familiar?)

Sales Winner Don’t Waste Time Chasing Sales Quotes

Sales Winners close hard on the day and then leave it.

Why would you want to sales stalk a prospect who had no interest in engaging with you?

Sales Winners read the signs and move on.

But you can only do that if you’ve closed hard all along the sales process.

A sales close doesn’t happen at the end of the sales process.

Closing a sale happens all through the sales process – from the first interaction and in every interaction.

You can only do a hard close if you’ve made one unshakable decision. You’ve decided and committed to qualify at every stage of the sales process.

Have you?

Do you?

Chasing Sales Quotes and Winning

This process of continual qualification relies on you knowing the following very early on in the sales process

  • That your buyer is the sign off guy and not the influencer/referrer
  • Where your buyer has budget that is available, or needs to be signed off by another
  • That the buyer has a need that is associated with a painful problem
  • Where they need to sort a solution
  • That they have an ideal time frame for solving the problem, and satisfying the need
  • When they have shared the decision making process with you
  • So that you understand the stakeholders involved, their agendas, the potential competitors, and any external factors that could disrupt the buying process
  • Where you understand the criteria your solution will be judged against…and buy whom
  • That you understand what event could disrupt the buying/decision making process

Here’s a sobering thought…if your buyer is not prepared to share this information with you, then you’ve got yourself a tyre kicker. You deserve everything you get if you pursue the sale…

If you haven’t got the bottle to ask the tough questions…again, you will suffer the consequences of that course of action, so see above

Disappearing Buyers Go AWOL For a Reason

Don’t let the reason your buyer goes AWOL when you’re chasing the quote be because they used your proposal to batter down the quote from their incumbent. Or they used you to yank their current supplier back into line, just wanted to pick your brain. Or maybe the buyer wanted to pass your quote to a competitor. Maybe even worse, just thought it might be interesting for you to pull together all the info they needed to inform the board regarding what solutions are out there…

If you’re investing in the buyer and the buyer process, make sure it’s not all one sided and you’ll never need to chase a sales quote ever again.

Happy Selling

Carol

0779 002 1885

carol@mortonkyle.com

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Why Sales BANT is Not Enough

Why Sales BANT is Not Enough

What is Sales BANT?

BANT is covered in almost every article on how to close good quality sales, appointments, demonstrations, meetings.

For those that haven’t come across it before here’s the basic premise – the person you’re engaging in the sales process needs to be qualified against the following profile

Budget – are they the budget holder? Is the budget available for this purchase providing the solution satisfied the need?

Authority – does this person have the authority to make the decision to buy? r are they a referrer, or person of influence?

Need – is there a need for what you are selling? Has this need been sufficiently quantified as being big enough to justify an investment

Timing – has the timing been agreed? Providing the solution is suitable to satisfy the need, has the sign date been agreed?

A typical BANT usage might be something like this…

Ok, Mr Buyer, just so I get some insight into how we’ll proceed can I just ask you, have you already got budget signed off for this purchase or does it need to go to the board? (Budget)

Great, and will it be your decision alone as to buy from me, or will you be making broader recommendations to the board? (Authoity)

Ok, understand, we’ve agreed that our solution can deliver what you need in terms of X, Y, Z, we agreed those are the critical and crucial criteria for you going ahead, and that our solution will alleviate the issues we’ve identified in X, Y, Z? (Need)

Excellent, and further to (the next action) you’ll be able to send the purchase order number across so we can get delivery for the week after next. (Timing)

Excellent thank you.

Obviously, this is a top line BANT summary. I encourage sales professionals to use BANT all though the sales process.

We cover it in more detail in all of our sales training courses and sales coaching programs. You can contact me for more details on carol@mortonkyle.complus it’s a subject we regularly reference in The Advanced Business Achiever – just hit the link for your free copy

Magnify the Power of Sales BANT

BANT is only part of the story. It’s an important part. However, on it’s own the power of BANT is very restricted, it’s a shout into the wilderness. It’s one hand clapping.

Very simply, BANT tells you that you are in the right position(or not) and you’re talking to the right person (or not) and you have some steer on the buying/decision making process. This is really important when you’re chasing quotes, really important. Ask anyone who has been randomly chasing the prospect who disappears once the quote has been sent. Hit this link  Anyone Seen My Buyer? – if you want to have buyers chasing you to buy from you

So how do you really amp the power of BANT?

You do this…

You combine BANT with Sales ROI (for more details on Sales ROI just hit this link to discover how High Performing Sales people work Sales ROI)

How to Combine Sales BANT and Sales ROI

Concentrating just on the Needs section in BANT.

Need is the most powerful motivator for change. Whether that’s to amend behaviours, persuade someone to buy a product/service or simply make different choices…

Those decisions are all driven by need. The bigger the need, the faster, easier, more compliant the buyer will be during the buying process

So, if you can create a powerful enough need with your buyer, then you have a huge motivator to use with your buyer to help them select to take action. To take action fast. That makes a big difference, especially if you’re working in a highly competitive space (and who isn’t working in a competitive market?)

8 Key Ways to Increase the NEED Factor in BANT Using Sales ROI

  • Fully explore the current ‘pain’ points associated with the current solution
  • Explore what those pain points have cost the buyer in the past
  • Extrapolate, realistically, what those pain points could cost the buyer in the future if nothing changes (this is the cost of doing nothing)
  • Remember that the pain could be pain other than financial. It could be stress, loss of clients, brand damage, reputation, ill will among colleagues who have to pick up and solve the same problems again and again or failure to comply with authority etc
  • Once you’ve fully explored the past and future costs, add them together…that can be quite the motivator in itself!!
  • Next, look at some blue sky thinking. Note – you’d be totally weakening your NEED factor if you look at the blue sky scenario building before exploring the pain, since people will typically do more to escape pain than seek pleasure.
  • Knowing the Pain/Pleasure Principle, check out some what if questions…what would it mean to your business if you could do X? What would it mean if you never had to deal with that again? How would you feel if you could illuminate that issue all together? What would that mean to your bottom line? What would that mean to your work relations? Your client relations? Whatever is relevant…
  • Next, go back to the pain position and summarise the cost of doing nothing.

So, when you come to ask your Need based questions in BANT, they might sound something like this…

Ok, understand, we’ve agreed that our solution can deliver what you need in terms of increasing your brand reputation with your customers after some of the issues you’ve had before, will allow you to have total confidence in the promises you make to your customers, and will really improve the relationships in the warehouse and customer service teams since they won’t be taking as many complaint calls… we agreed those are the critical and crucial criteria for you going ahead, and that our solution will alleviate the issues we’ve identified in losing the X account at Xmillion per yr, losing part of the Y contract at Y million per yr and having the Z tender going back out to review? 

See how powerful that statement is now you’ve fully quantified the prospects position if they do nothing?

(As a separate aside, just consider how easy it is to chase a quote once you’ve identified this level of need!)

Why Does Using Sales ROI with BANT Help You?

Because using one without the other is just one hand clapping. You’re going through the motions but nothings really happening, compared to what could be happening!

If you’ve gone to the trouble of speaking with the key decision maker, then the next task is to motivate them to take action. BECAUSE motivated buyers take action, they take action quickly, and they see value (which helps you protect your margins)

Some people might call it persuasion, and that’s ok, but either way, think of it as making it easy for the prospect to say yes! Making it easy for the prospect to make a decision. Making it even easier for the prospect to make a fast decision (because that means your competitor can’t sneak in at that last minute!)

That way you’ll be creating a real no-brainer sales proposition…and let’s face it, who says no to the no-brainer proposition?

What’s Next?

Try it out.

You’ll wonder how you ever closed without it. You’ll also start to understand why some of your sales didn’t close when/how they should.

Happy Selling…enjoy!

Carol

0779 002 1885

carol@mortonkyle.com

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Engaging the Perfect Prospect is the First Stage in Making a Profitable and Fast Sale

Engaging the Perfect Prospect is the First Stage in Making a Profitable and Fast Sale

Engaging the perfect prospect right at the beginning of the sales process is one of the most fundamentally overlooked elements of a successful sales process which concludes in an order.

I see too many new business development efforts, lead generation research and sales forecasts fall part because of poor initial sales qualification. This means 4 key things:

None of which are good if you’re looking for predictable sales results

Engaging the Perfect Prospect – Prospect Qualification is Key

To get some insight into why – check out Why Sales BANT is Not Enough and understand what good, ongoing, results orientated sales qualification looks like.

Because here’s the truth, when you get to the point of closing a well qualified prospect, it’s easy. The whole process is easy.

Selling to Your Prospect Shouldn’t Be Hard Work…

And if it is you really need to ask yourself why that is.

Now this may seem controversial, and maybe it applies to some business sectors more than others, but as someone who has been a sales person (and still is) and someone who has managed/coached/trained/developed thousands of sales people, then I believe that it’s not your job, or best use of your time to convert every single prospect you interact with.

Let me give you an example.

You’ve done your research, identified the key decision maker, understood their business, challenges, issues, pain and the implications of those.

Not wanting to be unprofessional, you’ve assessed the value they could derive from speaking with you.

You’ve dug around and feel there is key leverage there, definitely enough to warrant a good conversation.

In a nutshell, you’ve done your due diligence and now your ready to start engaging the ‘perfect prospect’ for your product…you know what value you bring to the table and are keen to understand the perfect prospect in more detail so see if the fit is as good as you think.

Now…

The Perfect Prospect is….Anything But Perfect.

In fact, your perfect prospect is closed minded, obstructive, blind to evidence, deaf to logic and totally head in the sand.

Now, you could say that’s his choice. And, you’d be right.

But in the paraphrased words of West Wing president Jed Barlett…

Let Him Stand There in his Wrongness and be Wrong!

Because…You are not the idiot converter!

And, let’s face it, that degree of resistance is futile to fight against. You’d likely kill your spirit in trying.

Move on.

Avoid the world of pain associated with trying to convert the closed minded, those lacking vision, those without curiosity and those nursing an ego that will serve them as them as only egos can!

Because, your chances of getting a sales are dramatically reduced from the start, and the effort is rarely worth it.

Great prospects aren’t tough to do business with. They aren’t a walk in the park. But it won’t be a fight, or a battle of wills, a fight between egos.

Your perfect prospect doesn’t want to make your life a nightmare.

A perfect prospect wants to work with you. Engaging the perfect prospect might be challenging but it will always be productive.

There will be advancement during the conversations. Engaging the perfect prospect means will ask their tough questions, but they’ll also answer your tough questions.

There will be huge value in your discussions.

Mutual respect, and a win for both sides…

I Hereby Give You Permission

To walk away, no, to RUN away from the prospects who don’t see your value.

Invest in those prospects who value you, who value what you bring to the table.

Work with your perfect prospect and only your perfect prospect…because that’s where the rewards are. That’s where you’ll get a more than ample ROI on your sales efforts. You’ll save your time, your sanity and maybe your career.

Next Time You Think About Engaging with the Non Perfect Prospect….

Think about this. We all live in a Darwinian ecosystem. Just as spikes are a plant’s defense mechanism, then maybe a closed mind, ego and poor listening skills act in just the same way…

Wither way, you’re worth more!

Happy Selling

Carol

carol@mortonkye.com

0779 002 1885

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Funded Sales Training, Sales Coaching and Business Development

Funded Sales Training, Sales Coaching and Business Development

Funded Sales Training

Funded sales training is now available across the extending Sheffield/South Yorkshire region.

Depending on your business size you can receive funding of up to 70% towards your sales, business development and business growth objectives.

This can involve working with your sales team, your team leaders, your board or your customer facing functions.

If you’re looking to enhance your business performance, build your sales skills, boost sales capabilities or simply refresh the sales skills of your team, then contact us now for a confidential chat – carol@mortonkyle.com or 0779 002 1885

 

Funded Sales Training: What’s Covered?

This is a long list and by no means exhaustive:

1 Day Sales Improvement Training for Telesales – Closing more sales, faster, with higher profits. Discover how to build a solid sales pipeline of fully qualified leads, structure the sales call and close. Suitable for B2B sales people at all levels.

1 Day Sales Improvement Training for External Sales Teams – Closing more sales, faster, with higher profits. Inc: building a sales pipeline of fully qualified leads and creating a compelling value proposition. Suitable for B2B sales at all levels.

2 Day Sales Improvement Training for External Sales Teams – Covering the whole sales cycle from cold call to close. Inc: qualifying, gate keeper calls, appointment setting, preparation, face to face selling, trial closes/closing, objection handling, pricing.

1 Day – How to Make High Quality Sales Appointments/How to Fill the Sales Diary with High Quality Sales Appointments – Discover how to engage the perfect prospect, generate high quality, fully qualified sales appointments, maximize the call/close rate and ensure zero cancellations. Making sales easy.

I Day Sales Improvement Workshop (designed for anyone in sales) – Great for the whole sales function to attend. Lead generation and external sales to enhance the sales skills and build common understanding around generating high quality business leads that close.

1 Day Sales Strategy Training – Tools and Techniques to Boost Sales Growth – Perfect for Sales Team Leaders/Managers and anyone in a Sales Coaching/Mentoring/Performance Improvement role. Designed to unlock sales potential and create additional revenue/profit.

1 Day Sales Training for Professional Services and Fee Earners – For Fee Earners needing to generate work via networking, referral, cross function, lead generation to generate new clients. Also looking at  how to have those conversations with existing clients to increase average client spend/cross selling.

Funded Sales Training is also available for:

1 Day – How to Run a Sales Team – Sales Metrics, Sales Coaching/Mentoring, Sales Improvement – Ideal for new/experienced sales leaders who are looking to embed a company wide sales process into the sales team including a full performance management/improvement suite of skills and insights.

2 Day – How to Run a Sales Team – Sales Metrics, Sales Coaching/Mentoring, Sales Improvement. Ideal for new/experienced sales leaders who are looking to embed a company wide sales process into the sales team. Including a full performance management/improvement suite of skills and insights.

1 Day – How to Find Your Perfect Client and Fill Your Sales Funnel – ideal for sales team that want to streamline their sales process but don’t know where to start. This process maximises sales ROI, sales conversion. It can lead to the creation of a robust and high converting sales funnel.

1 Day – Sales Strategy and Planning – a day to refocus on your business sales strategy, how your day to day sales activities are impacting on your sales results, and how those sales results could be improved.

 

Bespoke Funded Sales Training and Sales Improvement Solutions

The list above is not an exhaustive list and each course/workshop is designed to meet key pre-agreed objectives.

So, if you’re looking for additional insight into how to boost the sales results, business development effectiveness and potency of your sales function, then we’ll be able to design a sales improvement program specifically to address your needs.

Furthermore, if you’re looking to how your sales process actually works, versus how it could work. Seeking higher levels of efficiency in the sales function then you can also access our Fast Action Sales InsightIt‘s an in depth sales audit designed to give you rapid action solutions to boost sales. Hit the link to check out the full details.

Interested in Funded Sales Training and Sales Improvement Solutions

Contact me on carol@mortonkyle.com or 0779 002 1885

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On Demand Sales Solutions – When You Need Sales Fast!

On Demand Sales Solutions – When You Need Sales Fast!

On demand sales improvement solutions means you get just the sales support you need…exactly when you need it.

The best time to plant a tree is 100 years ago, the next best time is now!

And it’s the same with making sure you get consistently on target sales results really.

Poor sales results this month probably mean the wheels feel off some time ago – could be weeks, could be months, that would all depend upon the length of your sales cycles.

So, what do you do when you really need to amp you sales results and you don’t have 100 years to put great foundations in place, or even a few weeks to open up a new marketing funnel.

You look for your on demand sales solutions…

On Demand Sales Solutions

  1. Outsource your sales lead generation and business development – you’ll get a fast, high quality injection of fully qualified sales leads. This can be especially useful if you’re looking to fill your sales diary or simply have someone wade through your cold sales leads to see who is open to a more detailed conversation. For more details check out www.antmarketing.com
  2. Discover who is on your website, what they are interested in and at what stage they’re at in the buying process. Yes – that’s totally possible at the click of a button. You’ll get the name, job title, company name and telephone number. What could be hotter prospect than someone who is on your website NOW? Ask these guys for a demo and be prepared to see who is on your website today www.canddi.com
  3. You know the number one way to cause sales results to spike? No, it’s not reducing price. In fact that’s the last thing you should do. Instead, try sales coaching. Just the very act of listening in is like fairy dust. Plus, get the sales forecast out and coach the sales guys to a sales close on individual prospects. You can check out Sales Coaching Via Skype here – fast, on demand sales coaching for when you really need to get those sales in.

What else can you do to increase sales on demand?

  1. Look at what’s going on in between the ears of the sales people…sometimes it’s a mental shift that’s required…whether that’s reminding them that they’ve all hit target before and can do again, maybe it’s giving them the opportunity to negotiate within limits or maybe it’s simply not adding to their pressure.
  2. Definitely call past customers – either to resell, up sell or get referrals. Mot only is this a great ‘feel good’ exercise, it’s also a great way to boost the sales pipeline with warm leads.
  3. Get on the sales activities yourself. Whether that’s on the phone, in the field, on the webinar. You can lead from the front. Remember, we either all win or all lose. Get yourself in the middle of it. Fast.
  4. Don’t blame. These things happen. The job of a good sales leader is to spot them before they become a disaster, amd to avoid them before they happen.

On demand sales is not about what you do in a sales dip, it’s about what you do to prevent the sales dip from ever happening!

For when you have the luxury of a little more time…

In an ideal world, you’d be able to spot the sales dips before they cost you and whilst you’ve still got time to do something about it…that’s the holy grail, predictable and stable sales performance.

And, it is achievable.

It just takes some planning. Planning and a sales and business development system designed to deliver what your business needs.

TurboCharged Sales is an on demand sales program. The ultimate rinse and repeat sales improvement solution. Specifically designed for ambitious firms who want to build their own sales and business development system.

Get your copy here.

Happy Selling

Carol

carol@mortonkyle.com

0779 002 1885

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On demand sales maybe something you can’t always avoid…but often you can.

The Top 10 Rules Rich Cold Callers Know…

The Top 10 Rules Rich Cold Callers Know…

Cold Callers:

In a world that’s awash with information, then B2B Cold Callers have no excuse for mindless dials. Yet still I’m getting cold calls. 5-6 a day.

Whilst I’ll fight the urge, for the moment anyway, to name and shame those firms spewing money down the drain because of their cold calling strategy, I do wish they’d wake up to sales 2.0.

Whether you’re a manager running a team of cold callers or a cold caller yourself, consider the following and let me know how you get on:

The Top 10 Rules Rich Cold Callers Know…and you should too!

  1. Don’t be a like all the other Cold Callers. In fact, don’t be a Cold Caller at all.
  2. Research your prospects before you call them. Research their industry, their profile, their remit and their peers in their firm and their peers outside their firm. Rich Cold Callers will do this research outside of core selling time. Or as I call it BET (Bonus Earning Time)
  3. Don’t try to sell via email. Spammy emails that take 5 scrolls of the screen to digest will get past scroll 2 before being ditched. Rich Cold Callers work their network to generate referrals, introductions, common purpose and word of mouth references, and written endorsements.
  4. Don’t use generic sales pitches. Rich Cold Callers add value. They add huge amounts of value to any sales interaction. Proper value. Industry insight. This means they grab and hold the prospects attention faster and for longer…this is where poor Cold Callers make their biggest mistake.
  5. Ask difficult questions. Rich Cold Callers want to know they are dealing at the the right person, at the right level, at the right time, with the power to make things happen.

  6. Qualify fast. Rich Cold Callers don’t waste time. They don’t waste time with the uninterested, the blinkered, the comfortable or those without vision. They spend time with prospects where there is mutual respect and value to be exchanged.
  7. Don’t stalk the uninterested prospect. Rich Cold Callers will spend a lot of time engaging with highly qualified sales prospects who can buy. Poor Cold Callers will talk to anyone, about anything.
  8. Display, radiate, exude high energy. Rich Cold Callers play, all in.
  9. Welcome rejection. Rich Cold Callers know the fastest way to get to yes is to get the first no out of the way. They work hard to get the objections out in the open and to explode any rejection…so they can get on with the real job of selling
  10. Work a sales system of prospecting, nurturing, progressing prospects though a well documented sales process, maintaining a tight sales funnel and sales pipeline. They’re not afraid to ditch dead prospects and they don’t treat all business leads equally.

It’s Up to You…

Being a Cold Caller can be the worst job in the world, the endless rejection, the Groundhog feeling. But, guess what? If that’s what you expect, that’s what you get…

It can also be the best and most rewarding job in the world…if you’re GREAT at it.

That’s where you have the choice. It’s a choice.

What’s Your Decision?

Be like all the others, or be a pro! Make the job your own. Get good at it.

Out Smart others doing the same…it’s not tough.

If you’re in Sheffield and you’re looking to up your cold calling play – check this out.

Based outside of South Yorkshire – check this out

If you’re based outside of the UK – check this out

Or if you want a chat to discuss your sales performance and what’s stopping you getting the sales results you need – call 0779 002 1885 or email carol@mortonkyle.com for a confidential chat.

Happy Selling

Carol

p.s. Think about it like this, why have a trudging, mediocre cold calling function, when out performing the market is so achievable?

p.p.s. And, if you really want to totally avoid cold calling the check these guys out – www.canddi.com can show you who is on your website, when and what they are looking at – hit the link to take a look, you can also book a live demo.

Don’t be a cold caller!

 

Business Development Workshop

Business Development Workshop

Join us now – just one day to boost the sales results in your business, increase sales conversion rates, shorten sales cycles, and ultimately increase turnover and sales margin – just hit the link – The Business Development Workshop – Sheffield 

Business Development Workshop – Sheffield

Ask any business leader about the relationship between the business development skills of the sales team and the sales results of the business.

You’ll not find a single sales leader able to disagree. They’ll all tell you there is a very direct, very important and ultimately business success defining relationship between the strength and level of skills of the business development effort, turnover and margin.

Here’s another thing they’ll tell you…if they could fully realise the extraordinary sales potential that exists within their team then they could dominate their sector, and smashing target would never be an issue.

You’re probably the same?

All that sales potential. Sat in your offices. All costing you a small fortune. Some performing. Others performing not so much.

All that sales potential, just waiting to be set free.

What would that look like for you? For your business? Your industry reputation?

Find out here – start your journey – The Business Development Workshop – Sheffield

Just 1 Day – Improve Your Sales Skills and Sales Results

Spend just one day attending the Morton Kyle Limited Sales Workshop and discover everything your need to DO to make sure sales targets are smashed, sales conversion rate goes through the roof and you’re no longer having to discount to get the order signed.

If you really want to find out how much you could really bill if you fully realised your sales potential then this is the sales and business development training course for you.

You see, sales potential is great to have but it won’t get you very far. Whether you’re a sales person, a sales team or a business, your sales potential will never make you rich. At some point you have to release that potential. You have to DO something with it…

Here’s your chance – reserve your seat now – The Business Development Workshop – Sheffield

Monthly Business Development Workshops – Sheffield

Don’t wait! This course is run monthly. It gets filled quickly.

And for a short time we’re running the following promotion

  • Send 3 people and only pay for 2.
  • Enter into a draw to win 6 weeks of 121 sales coaching – winner drawn on the day

Here’s how you sign up to reserve your seat now – The Business Development Workshop – Sheffield

If you want to run this course for your sales team internally as a closed course – hit the link – Fixed Price Sales Training 

If you want to discuss a bespoke sales improvement and business development course for your sales team, then email carol@mortonkyle.com or call 0779 002 1885

Happy Selling

Carol

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Sales Training For Colleges, Apprentice Scheme Providers, Work Programs and Funded Learning

Sales Training For Colleges, Apprentice Scheme Providers, Work Programs and Funded Learning

SALES TRAINING FOR COLLEGES

Business Development and Sales Training for Colleges Selling Apprentice Schemes, Work Programs, Apprenticeships and Full Cost Training

Sales Success – More Sales, Shorter Sales Cycles, Higher Margins, More Referrals, Stronger Pipelines

Sales Training For Colleges: Aims:

Highly consultative – this program is designed to increase sales performance over a very short period by simply focusing on the key sales points that have a direct relationship with success.

  • What Does Sales Success Look Like?
  • Identifying Ideal Prospect Targets
  • Dealing with Sales Prevention Staff
  • What Are You Selling?
  • Why Should The Buyer Listen To You?
  • Psychology Of Buying – The Buyers Perspective
  • What Is The Buyer Looking For?
  • Sales Call Structure – The Holistic View To Consultative Selling
  • The Objection Free Pitch – Selling The Solutions
  • Meaningful Questioning Techniques – Questioning To Understand Their Needs And Motivation
  • Responding To Different Resistances To Change
  • Creating Urgency In The Sales Process
  • Checking and Reinforcing Commitment To Buy
  • Understanding The Money Question
  • Cross Selling And Up Selling
  • Active Listening Skills
  • Testing The Pitch
  • Create And Use The Buying Signals
  • Summarising Your Understanding
  • Selling Their Motivations Back To Them
  • Handling Prospect/Customer Questions
  • Trial Closes
  • Gaining In Principal Decision To Commit
  • Selling The Price
  • Asking For The Order
  • Price Negotiation
  • Using Influence and Persuasion Skills
  • Building Referral Networks
  • Using The Sales Pipeline Model
  • Gaining Success With Different Buyer Types
  • Creating Certainty In The Sales Cycle/Forecast
  • Self Motivation/Goal Setting
  • Creating Winning Sales Proposals
  • Getting The Purchase Order Signed

Sales Training for Colleges: Course Outcomes

Having attended this program you will be able to:

  • Quickly establish common ground with key influencers and decision makers
  • Have a compelling, persuasive and logical sales presentation
  • Conduct a commercial sales based conversation with any targeted prospect
  • Quickly establish if there are any commercial opportunities, when, budget, process
  • Move from sales person to trusted industry expert
  • Build rapport and gain the confidence of the key buyer(s)
  • Structure logical and relevant questions
  • Work with the buyer(s) to establish and explore the scope of their current service provider
  • Identify points of weaknesses in their current provision
  • Guide the buyers(s) thinking towards blue sky solutions
  • Explore the cost and impact of the current weaknesses and gaps
  • Structure relevant solution(s)
  • Challenge the buyers thinking
  • Use influencing skills to trial close
  • Deal with the budget question without causing a negative impact
  • Sell your propositions based on the value delivered
  • Speak knowledgeably about the life value of the product or service, not just the cost
  • Explore costs and value as part of the same conversation
  • Fluently establish the costs of remaining with the current provider
  • Sell the price
  • Handle objections
  • Deal professionally with incumbent relationships
  • Ask for the business
  • Gain an in principal decision to buy before you leave
  • Create urgency in the sales process
  • Build networks
  • Seek referrals from all prospects/customers
  • Build, maintain and account manage a sales pipeline
  • Create certainty in your sales forecast
  • Design and deliver sales proposals that will make it easy for the buyer to say yes

Sales Training for Colleges: Duration

This is a 1 day program delivered on site at your offices.

Price on application

0114 236 3658 or carol@mortonkyle.com

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How to Close Profitable Sales

How to Close Profitable Sales

How to Close Profitable Sales – What Do You Need To Know?

Discover how to close profitable sales and it saves time, turnover, profit, reputation, resources and sanity.

Get it wrong and welcome to inaccurate sales forecasts, deals left wide open for the competitors to walk into and pick up, profit drains, instability and poor ability for forecast.

Knowing how to close profitable sales could be the difference between a high stress low margin sales environment and a solid, stable sales machine.

How to Close Profitable Sales?

Golden Rule: Always be prepared to leave a deal on the table.

Any exceptions to this? Not that I can think of.

Let the deal mature. Keep in contact, keep it warm, but hold the line.

Just because the buyer hasn’t snapped your hand off on receipt of the proposal, just because they haven’t got back to you when they said then would, and just because they haven’t responded to your email….

Just hold fire.

None of this means the deal is dead.

Avoid falling into the trap many sales people will happily dive head first into given the first sign of coolness from the Buyer.

You see, a regular jobbing sales person will get scared.

At the first sign of coolness from the prospect, they’ll simply assume the deal is being made with a competitor and they’re missing out.

It’s not always the case.

In fact, it’s often NOT the case.

Not Every Sale is a Good Sale!

A sale at any cost is just a race to the bottom.

And, typically the first reaction to a ‘cooler’ buyer is to start panicing, and try to cut a deal.

Any deal.

The first thing to get a hair cut is the price…margins get stripped out in exchange for a speedy signature on the dotted line.

WOW…savvy Buyer who uses that trick…stall a few days and watch the price crumble…first lesson in Purchasing School.

But what if the Buyer then accepts your lower price and STILL drags his heels?

You’ll knock the price back up to the higher, original level?

Good luck with that…please write and let me know how you get on.

The truth is – panic, negotiate and you’ll drop credibility and the business loses profit…and you’ve got to work hard to replace what you originally had, or could have had.

Congratulations, welcome to the Hamster Wheel….start running!

Lesson? You know the lesson….hold the line.

Want to Improve Your Profitable Close Rate?

Get a great deal to the table, lock it in and leave it there.

Here’s how.

Of course, make sure you keep in contact with the Buyer, make sure the Buyer has everything needed to make their decision in your favour.

But, the cast iron opportunity to REALLY protect yourself from this panic driven desperation, that costs you your reputation, credibility, pipeline, margin, commission and self respect, is to look at what’s happening during the sales process and how you interact with the buyer.

Closing Well Means Nothing If Your Sales Pitch Stinks!

Think about this…because it matters a lot if you want to discover how to close profitable sales

During your sales demonstration, you will have been careful to build a strong relationship with the Buyer, to do this you’ll have:

  • Checked and double checked you’re dealing with the decision maker because your time, expertise and insights are too precious to waste.
  • Checked budget and budget availability because you don’t want to spend time with the wrong person or zero budget prospects
  • Mapped the decision making process with the decision maker because that’s how you keep track of where you both are.
  • Uncovered the buying criteria because you need to know their expectations and buying pathways.
  • Uncovered the date the decision will be made by, based on when the product/solution need to be in place, because this will help you track the deal though your sales funnel and sales pipeline
  • Gained the prospect’s trust and asked detailed questions around implications associated with the purchase because you need to understand motivators and pain points.
  • Explored the extent of their relationships with your competitors and potential substitute solutions, or work arounds, because this tells you how much they need/don’t need your product/service
  • Investigated possible hurdles too because you need to explore these thoroughly and early on in the sales pitch
  • Coaxed out explicit and implicit objections and dealt with them because you NEVER want to have these bite you right before signatures are due.
  • Been able to provide some kind of financial indicator, maybe not an absolute figure, but a range; and in doing so you’ll have been able to assess, respond to and justify your costing in a totally transparent way because a robust ROI is one of the biggest closing techniques you’ll have access to.

You’ll have done all that won’t you?

If you haven’t then check this out….How to Sell.

As a result you’ll also have formed a relationship of value, integrity and openness, for both of you.

These are the very basics. Miss any of these elements out at your peril.

With all that done, have some faith.

Will all that in place how to close profitable sales just becomes a question of timing, not skill.

What Else Can You Do To Close the Sale and Get the Order?

Hold the line….BUT keep this in mind:

The In Principle Decision

 The order’s not in until the signature is on the dotted line, but that doesn’t stop you asking for an in principle decision, such that your buyer gives you a ‘yes’ pending agreeing a date to get the actual order signed and back to you.

Own It!

It doesn’t stop you being highly assumptive.

I see a million sales a year drop through the cracks because the sales person is way too reticent in claiming ownership of the order and letting the prospect know that they have claimed responsibility for the order and getting it to order completion.

Own it! Push it!

Make it Easy for the Buyer to Say YES!

Your aim through this whole process is to make it as easy as possible for the buyer to say yes.

Take all the pain away, all the admin, all the responsibility to getting the order signed off, such that all the buyer is required to do is to email you a P.O.

Make Friends with the Decision Making Family

Make sure you’ve got all the influencers, all the referrers, all the other decision makers lined up and in agreement with your solution.

Sure, this is hard work…it takes time.

It costs a lot, but it’s worth a lot.

Having done all of that here’s what you don’t do.

What You Don’t Do If You Want To Close Profitable Sales.

You Don’t Panic

Silence is NOT a coded message from the Buyer for you to think ‘Let’s call the prospect and halve the price’…unless that’s how YOU interpret and YOU react.

You’d be surprised how many sales people have that very strong connect in their head.

It’s deadly.

You Don’t Assume – ASK!

You’ve build a good relationship with the Buyer, you can ask some direct questions.

What’s the hold up?

Is there any other information you need from me?

Do I need to meet with anyone else to expedite this through for you?

Are you going to place your order with my business?

Has anything changed since we met?

Is there anyone else involved that I’m not aware of? 

How to Close Profitable Sales and NOT Panic

So, here are a few things you can do to ring fence the times when you may be left hanging, and to prevent radio silence from the prospect:

  • Put an expiry date on all of your proposals.
  • Make sure you get a firm ‘yes’, even in principle, before you leave the meeting.
  • You must ask for the business as part of your sales demonstration.
  • Don’t leave the meeting without closing. Closing with the promise to send an email proposal will make you a busy sales person, not a rich one.

Stop Working for Zero Reward

If you’re serious about closing profitable sales then this is an absolute must, which you can choose to ignore this at your peril.

How and when you set this up will either make you a busy admin gofer, or will make you a fortune.

You pick!

Let me ask you:

What’s the one question you could ask, once the Buyer has told you that you’ve got his business ‘in principle’ that would indicate to you what the buyer’s real intent is?

Just one question…

Do you know what it is?

Any idea?

It’s this:

That’s great Mr Buyer, I’m so glad we’ve got this opportunity to work together, now, do you have your diary for next week, I can come back in on Wednesday or Thursday to go through the paper work with you, explain the quote/conditions in full and answer any questions you have, and the you can place your order. Now, which one of those days is better for you?

That’s it.

One question.

Will save you a fortune in time, selling time and admin time, it will save you chasing quotes that won’t fall in your favour, it will prevent you forecasting a deal that’s never going to materialise… it will tell you if you’re dealing with a buyer who is actually willing to do business with you.

Just one questions – the guess work and the mystery falls away.

Panic gone.

You know!

If you ask for an opportunity to come back in to present your proposal and the Buyer says ‘no’ then you have a very strong idea of where his intentions are.

That’s very useful.

Truly, very valuable.

It’s an opportunity for you to re-pitch, to re-explore, to challenge and re-close , or to move on.

So, having asked and secured the opportunity to come back and present the proposal, you can be confident that the only reason you are being accepted back to present a proposal is that the Buyer is sufficiently engaged and excited by what you had to say the last time you met.

And that the Buyer is ready to do business with you.

The Emotional Dip

But still, here’s what will have happened since you last met with the Buyer:

  • As time has passed his excitement will not have increased – it will have diminished and it will have diminished rapidly and steeply.
  • Plus, he may have seen your competitors, spoken with nay-sayers within the business, come up with a whole different list of potential objection or questions.
  • He may have ruminated on some of your words, some positively, some negatively, but the end results is that his thinking may be lacking the clarity it had when you last met.

The Second Meeting to Sign the Order – It’s Still a Sales Pitch!

In going back with the written proposal you have a chance to remind him of what his issues are, what the cost of not addressing those issues is, why he needs to get serious about addressing the issues now and why he should select you.

This is not a duplicate visit of the first meeting.

This meeting is a chance to reinvigorate, regenerate, re-engineer and revitalise the Buyer and get a signature.

You must walk through the door believing, acting and talking as if you’ve already won the business.

This is a highly assumptive pitch meeting and NOT a fact check.

This is about understanding how to close profitable sales…every Buyer contact is an opportunity to maximise your chances at getting the price you want and the order signed as fast as possible. To do that you must make every single Buyer interaction high value from the Buyer’s perspective. Otherwise you’re just one of the many push sales guys out there who have yet to discover how to close profitable sales with skill and mastery!

What to Tell the Buyer About the Second Meeting

When you book this meeting you must let the Buyer know that you will be returning to confirm the solution, answer any questions and get the order signed.

Get comfortable in using this language; in fact you should use this language.

Be absolutely clear with your language and your intent.

You’ve done all the hard work, this is not the time to be reticent and hang back.

This is the time to be confident.

After all, if the Buyer was going to reject you, he wouldn’t have given you all the information you need to generate a proposal.

Plus, being clear, succinct and direct when you book the second meeting, then everyone knows what is required of them at the next stage.

If you have the deal, the Buyer will easily agree to this request.

If you haven’t got the deal, and the Buyer, doesn’t want to tell you directly, then (if they are like many Buyers) they will decline or possibly accept then send you an email to cancel the second meeting. That’s how cowards behave.

The conversation might go something like this…

I’ll prepare the proposal based on my research to date and our conversations, specifically considering your challenges, timescales and budgets, so our next meeting can focus on moving forward, getting the order signed and what happens when we start supplying you. Is that ok with you?

Should it scare the buyer?

Not really.

What it should do is to focus the Buyer’s mind.

You need the Buyer to understand that you are there because you want to do business with him and are serious about working with his firm.

And that’s ok. He should be too.

What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

In learning how to close profitable sales, it’s only to be expected that the Buyer might well push back a little, because he can see what his decision should be, but that doesn’t stop him fighting against it which means he may well end the meeting by asking you to give him time to think.

Here’s what you do:

You ask the following:

  • What is it specifically you need to think about, I’d be happy to help you work it through….
  • Can you give me some insight into what you are thinking, your initial reaction, at this moment?
  • Is it you think that the business/board won’t support you on this?
  • How viable is this proposition?
  • Does it seem viable and reasonable to you?
  • What are the further concerns I need to address?
  • Ok– is next Tuesday or next Thursday better for you, I’ll come in, answer any questions and collect the signed paperwork…

Couple of things you may be thinking here:

Are You Being Pushy?

Maybe.

A little back bone at this stage means that you should know exactly where you stand before you leave the Buyer’s office.

You know whether to spend any time on the proposal because, after all, writing proposals can take up huge amounts of time.

But more importantly the Buyer knows what you expect of him!

You are not just going to let him off the hook…drift off into the sunset and chalk this one up to ‘nice chat’ or ‘maybe sometime’

Especially not after you’ve done a thorough sales investigation, mapped out solutions, shared your expertise and vast experience, presented additional insights he’d not considered as well as help him work through the reality of his challenges and pathways to success….

If you have done your sales investigation and needs matching correctly then you have a right to ask these questions.

If you haven’t done the sales investigation and needs matching correctly then you’re not in a position to ask these questions.

Don’t even try, because you’ll sound like the worst kind of shiny suited wide boy because that just won’t wash with the buyer.

So, How to Close Profitable Sales…

Just remember, hold the line because after you’ve invested all this time and uncovered a viable prospect, it’s what you must do.

Getting comfortable with being in charge of the sales process, which means getting comfortable with the sign off stage because that’s how you close profitable sales, since it takes practice and backbone, learn to hold the line because it’s worth it.

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How to Generate High Quality Sales Prospects

10 Steps to Out Sell the Competition

How You Can Increase Profits by Avoiding the Commodity Gap

How to Fill the Diary with High Quality Sales Appointments

How to Recruit the Best Sales Talent into Your Business and Reduce the Costly Risks

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