Sales

Sales are the life blood of nearly all organisations, regardless of whether you build products or provide a service you need to be able to sell it to grow. Often in a competitive environment sales people need to be able to position your companies proposition artfully and meaningfully – clients need to ‘want to buy’ your product or service not be ‘sold to’. Our Sales programmes focus on a mixture of sales technique and business process to ensure participants can apply the skills they need to create a solid sales pipe.

We don’t get bogged down with complicated theories and processes which very few people can apply ‘in the moment’. Instead we focus on tools which are simple and easy to apply and allows meaningful dialogue. Potential clients don’t feel like they are being ‘sold to’, they feel understood and can clearly see how your product/solution will meet their needs and benefit them.

Programmes range from 1 day introductions to year long modular programmes.


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Testimonials

I would encourage any manager who wishes to develop/update on their existing skills, or those managers that would like to gain new skills to participate in one of the numerous training courses run by Fuel Learning.

The course leaders have up to date working and on the job knowledge and use a presentation that openly encourages participation and enjoyment, although at times you will have to put your thinking caps on as not all tasks are paper exercises!!

Their courses are well structured and all material excellently presented, easy to understand and follow.

I have attended many managerial courses during my 20 years in the business and found Fuel Learning deliver the best. As a manager for Norbert Dentressangle - Marks and Spencer, Hardwick, Warrington, we are encourage to put into practice what we learn and I have certainly done this thanks to Fuel Learning.

Brett Payne
Norbert Dentressangle Line Manager at Hardwick

Great refresher and introduction on previous and new leadership concepts etc. The experience of doing this as part of an in house scheme was different and worked for me. I also thought that everyone in the room.

Terry Mason
Head of Department, East Midlands Trains