Free Sales Training Needs Analysis template and report when you book your sales training with Morton Kyle Limited!
That’s right- every sales training course you book with us, you’ll get a FREE sales training need analysis included – that way you know exactly what issues are stopping you from getting the best sales results possible.
And – it means you won’t be wasting your precious training budget on stuff you’re already fabulous at!
You can find out more about what’s included in your free sales training needs analysis << just hit the link
Why Conduct a Sales Training Needs Analysis (TNA)
It is a critical part of any sales training I deliver.
For anyone in a sales training role, it’s the difference between delivering a sales training course that creates an environment to generate fast results, increased sales motivation and higher sales conversions and margins, and a sales training course that wastes time, money and builds resentment in the sales team.
After all, what’s the point in wasting your precious time? Your money? And sales team’s time and good will?
Why would you try to teach them stuff they’re already great at?
Is there any bigger insult you can give your sales team?
I don’t think so.
As part of designing your bespoke sales training, I have a complex multi-stage approach for assessing the sales skills, sales mentality and sales awareness of your team.
You can check it out here – free sales training needs analysis
Such a sales training needs analysis ensures you get great sales training that delivers first class sales improvement.
You can find out more about how we ensure you’re team get the sales training they need by viewing our Sales Training Charter
Sales Training Needs Analysis
Is not just sales training analysis, it provides a great route for the introduction of a sales training program.
It helps broaden thinking and ensure the attendees are receptive towards the training.
Sales training needs analysis also allows the attendees to put their agenda forward – what do they think they need help in?
Free Sales Training Needs Analysis | With Every Sales Training Course Booked
One of the first places we start our skills analysis is a simple questionnaire.
This goes out in the form of a survey. Followed by interviews and reviews of sales results and activity levels against targets.
It is completed by the sales person themselves.
Once this is all collated, it’s reviewed and rebalanced with the sales leader or sales manager.
If you’d like to discuss how this works, and how it can help you get better outputs from your sales training then let’s chat. You can call or text 0779 002 1885to book a time in to catch up
Sales training needs analysis will help you get the most positive and performance enhancing results from your sales training investment. You’ll also build good will with your attendees and staff.
If you’re just starting your sales review journey and want some help to navigate your way, and evaluating the real sales potential in your organisation, then we have another solution.
Take a look at our Sales Insights service.
This is available to give you a much deeper insight into what’s happening in your sales function.
Illustrating how you can drive sales further and faster….
It’s also perfect for setting up sales dashboards, creating meaningful reporting templates and management information, as well as looking at sales leakage.
You can claim your free sales training needs analysis or book your Sales Insights service when you book your sales training course with Morton Kyle – and watch your sales results improve faster!
Hi, thanks for visiting….if you’re looking to increase or optimise your sales results, then please book a call to discuss how I can help you (use the links at the end of this box for direct message options) If you need a few more details, then here you go…. I’m an experienced data-driven, analytical sales trainer and sales improvement specialist. Proud to design sales training and sales improvement solutions that stick! Happy to share some insights if you want a quick steer – just book a call, especially if you’re not seeing the sales results you’d like, you’re struggling to know what to do next, or you’d really like to give your competitors something to worry about!
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