In this awesome episode, Sean talks about how just in how the way a sales person greets a customer, that customer knows if they are dealing with a professional or not. “The best place to close your deal is with the first impression.”
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Sean is going to show us exactly how to do just that in this session.
Sean Moffett gives a few easy word tracks sales people can use to sound like a expert. A professional. Check them out and practice with your team or whoever is down. Why not pick up something new that’s, without a doubt, different than what the sales team is currently doing?
What if something as simple as how the customer is being greeted is what is holding back sales explosion in a dealership?
This is session is packing some powerful information!
Sean is a professional broadcaster and great speaker, so nobody minded that The Dealer Playbook turned into “The Sean Moffett Show”. Sean starts the conversation with authentically greeting some one with a caring disposition, then shows us how to finesse and keep the “wow factor” rolling after the purchase.
In this session, you’ll learn more about
-How to greet the customer like an expert
– Genuinely focusing on the customer’s experience
– Is management in need of leadership training? (It’s more than just penciling deals,)
– Being an expert on your product
– Communicating with customers & allowing them to shop with you
– Finding training material you can relate with (there’s so much online for free)
– Different markets require different tactics
– Watching out for listening to the wrong “guru’s” information.
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