Free B2B Sales Training Part Six - When they Don't Engage

Diagram illustrating the direct, indirect, and combined cold outreach approaches.

On Wednesday, April 1st, 2020, we began delivering a free B2B sales training course via bite-sized posts on the SalesSense LinkedIn company page. This page presents links to the posts in part six - What to do if cold outreach suspects don't engage.

Free B2B Sales Training Content

The complete course will address all the following B2B sales topics:

  1. Map a typical customer buying process.
  2. Define customer problems or situations that you fix or address.
  3. Find sales prospects who need what you sell, right now.
  4. Identify the right people in suspect organisations.
  5. Start a conversation through cold outreach.
  6. What to do if cold outreach suspects don’t engage.
  7. Planning a discovery call or meeting.
  8. Persuasive communication.
  9. Negotiating access to those who can say yes.
  10. Prompting a customer buying process.
  11. Participating in a customer buying process.
  12. Preparing an effective proposal.
  13. Conducting buying negotiations.
  14. Managing the customer relationship.

Have the course content delivered in part or in full, for individuals or for groups in sessions led by Clive Miller, the course author.

Online Group Training Session - £180 plus VAT. Add to Cart or book this training.

One-to-One Coaching Session - £95 plus VAT. Add to Cart or book one-to-onecoaching.

Follow the course by following our LinkedIn company page or by emailing freeb2b@salessense.co.uk.

Part Six - What to Do if Cold Outreach Suspects Don't Engage

Disqualification. 6.1

Pause and repeat. 6.2

Call higher. 6.3

Call lower. 6.4

Get introduced. 6.5

Use your boss. 6.6

Stakeout. 6.7

What to do if suspects don't engage - summary. 6.8

Have all of this B2B sales training course or any element of it delivered for groups or individuals through online sales training sessions or one-to-one coaching. Call +44 (0)1392 851500 or email jimm@salessense.co.uk for details.