Sydney Sales Leadership Forum 2017

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Elevate your professionalism – accelerate your success – influence your customers for the better – enhance your leadership

A bi-monthly forum where leading global and local thought leaders will share the latest thinking in B2B sales strategy, trends, techniques and behaviour. A forum where you can share your thoughts and ask questions. Sales leaders, sales managers and professional salespeople all find value participating in these forums.


December 5th, 2017         Bernadette McClelland: The psychology and science of high performing salesperson

24aaeb9The sales leadership challenge:

It is vital for sales people and sales leaders to understand the art AND science of the sales process to have a balanced approach to business.  It’s equally necessary to decipher what is key in supporting the overall sales effort as well as know what you need to do as a salesperson/leader to drive improved sales performance through your own sales process.


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And there’s more …

Lock in 7.30 – 9.30 am on these future seminar dates in your diary

  • February 6th, 2018
  • April 3rd, 2018
  • June 6th, 2018




February 7th, 2017         Joanne Black presented: “How to secure a meeting in one call”

joanne-blackThe sales challenge:

The biggest sales challenge for sales leaders and their teams is ensuring a consistent stream of qualified leads and getting meetings with decision-makers. This presentation on referral selling addresses both of these challenges…more.

This seminar sold out two weeks in advance

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April 4th, 2017         Tony Hughes presented: “Creating sales pipeline with combination prospecting strategies”

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The sales challenge:

Salespeople and their companies are suffering lower productivity (and higher costs)  by reacting to the allure of the silent sales floor.

Digital sales strategies and the ear-tickling allure of ‘social selling’ have resulted in many sales people becoming busily ineffective and neglecting the phone.

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June 6th, 2017         Graham Hawkins presented: “The future of B2B sales”

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The sales challenge:

Being successful in sales requires continuous innovation, as all products and services go through an accelerated life-cycle. In an era where buyer behaviour continues to evolve rapidly, sales organisations and their people must adapt to provide buyers with the experience that they now expect and demand.

Interruption push selling no longer works, and salespeople must be equipped with a range of new skills in order to become digitally driven, socially connected, mobile and highly specialised.

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August 9th, 2017         Cian McLoughlin: “Why EQ, Not IQ, Is The Key To Your Sales Success

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The sales challenge:

‘Apples for apples’ is the expression many customers use when they struggle to differentiate between two very similar products or services. We love to think our unique features and benefits will wow our prospective customers, but more often than not, product and price are simply our ticket to the dance. As the needs of our customers evolve, as new competitors enter our market, it’s getting harder and harder to grow sales and revenue each year.

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October 3rd, 2017         Steve Hall: “Selling to C suite executives ”


The sales challenge:

Everyone B2B salesperson needs to be able to sell at C Level – but few know how. The higher you call into a prospect the more successful your sales journey will be. But the higher you go, the greater the competition for an executive’s attention and time.

“C” level executives are guarded by their Executive Assistants, voice mail, silent numbers and other ways to ward off the unprepared sales person. How can you cut through the noise to secure that critical first meeting or conversation?

And when you do get that meeting, how do you prepare for it and make sure it’s a triumph and not a disaster?

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