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Fern Bratten knows a lot about sales and customer service - she has been in the sales business for many years. Now she has put her experience as a motivational speaker, salesperson, and stand-up comedienne into the fun and motivational meeting opener, Selling With Passion. Fern tells the hysterical story of how she got her start as a sales professional. Throughout her presentation, you will learn how to bring creativity, enthusiasm and passion to the job of selling. Throughout the program, Fern also stresses engaging and entertaining the customer. Selling with Passion will motivate your sales people - and more importantly, it will give your salespeople a solid foundation to succeed.
Fern Bratten knows the essentials of selling, but more importantly, she knows the essentials of capturing an audience's interest. You usually feel like an outsider when you watch a videotape of a presentation that was performed in front of a live audience. Bratten's personality, however, pulls you in and places you in the front row along with the insiders. One look at her biography explains why she is so engaging – she has experience as a stand-up comedienne.
In the first video, Selling with Passion, Bratten builds her credibility as a sales expert. She relays a fun story of how she got her start as a sales professional. Her personality will win over any group, but baby boomers will especially enjoy the references to the Sixties. Bratten encourages viewers to think creatively about presenting their products to customers.
Key Learning Points
- Show It and Tell It to Sell It
- Be Creative
- Engage Your Customer
- Entertain 'Em
- Ask for the Business
The video includes a leader's action guide and ten wallet cards with key learning points.
This program is part of the Sales Essentials Series which is available with discounted pricing.
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