Predictable Corporate Sales

Demystify, Take Control, and Consistently Win Corporate Sales without Cold-Calling, Referrals, or Losing Your Mind

by Duane Glader



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/17/2015

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 154
ISBN : 9781480819825
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 154
ISBN : 9781480819832

About the Book

Trying to sell a product or service to a corporation is like navigating a maze: You think you know where you’re going, but then you hit a wall.

Duane Glader, MBA, has spent almost forty years in sales, and he guides you through the twists and turns that prevent corporate salespeople from achieving their goals. His specific techniques and street smart observations will help you:

schedule meetings with decision makers without the need for cold calling or getting a referral;

take important steps to boost credibility with the right people;

transform verbal agreements into written commitments;

jumpstart sales that have stalled.

Glader also decodes when “Yes” means “Maybe” , and “Maybe” means “No”, why all corporate executives are driven by time and fear (and how you can use this to your advantage), and the critical skills and attributes that all successful salespeople must have or develop.

Oozing with battle-tested strategies and real-world examples, you’ll close more sales than you ever thought possible with the Predictable Corporate Sales.

“This book will help rookie and seasoned sales professionals manage through complex decision cycles by picking up the right clues and indicators to close more deals, and as important, not squander time and resources on ones they won’t win.”

—David Gahn, president, Corporate Graphics International, a Taylor Corporation Company

About the Author

Duane Glader, MBA, also holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology. He leads a national sales and account management team for Career Education Corporation. He has thirty-eight years of business and sales experience, including time in commercial real estate, pop music, ERP software, consulting, higher education, and marketing.