Building Positive Sales Relationships

Aug 29, 2023

Participants are provided strategies for adapting their selling styles to individual prospects. This approach allows the salesperson to be more effective while increasing sales with additional repeat business, contract renewals, and referrals from long-term customers. This program uses the “Everything DiSC Sales Profile” to help salespeople understand their personal selling style so they can then adapt their approach to meet the buying style of their prospects.

**For convenience of attendees, this one day seminar is broken into two-half day mornings. Participants should attend both morning sessions. **

Presented by: Nancy Bandy

Dates: Part 1 – Sept. 13 from 8-11:30 a.m. (3.5 Hours OCILB)
Part 2 – Sept. 14 from 8-11:30 a.m. (3.5 Hours OCILB)

Place: MAPIC Offices
950 Keynote Circle, Suite #40
Brooklyn Heights, Ohio 44131

**Attendees need to complete a DiSC assessment prior to the first class. Upon registration you will receive a link to the DiSC assessment. Attendees must register by August 30 in order to complete the assessment.

Please RSVP by Aug. 30 by e-mailing Kathy Rolland.

****Continental Breakfast and Lunch Provided****


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