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Selling value to B2B buyers today can feel like trying to stop a freight train that's hurtling towards the sales graveyard of commoditization and discounting. Today's empowered buyer has done research, has a clear idea of his or her firm's needs, and knows how much the firm is willing to pay. This type of buyer does not want a salesperson to talk about features and deliver a series of open-ended questions that delivers no value. What this buyer wants is insight. But how does a salesperson deliver insight so that it challenges the customer's thinking without challenging the customer? That's the question that this audiobook will answer. In part one of this book, we will examine why Insight Selling will help you sell value and differentiate your product to empowered buyers. In part two, we will provide six reasons why Insight Scenarios™ trump verbal persuasion at delivering insight to your customers. These reasons are backed by solid research: eight neuroscience studies and 20 research footnotes. Finally, in part three, we will show you how to create insight scenarios so that you can not only arm your salespeople with insights, but so that you can also show them the most effective way to deliver them. Once you have created your own insight scenarios, your salespeople will be more effective in two ways: They will be able to deliver insights without upsetting the buyer, and; They will be able to let the customer take your product out for a virtual test drive, so customers will discover for themselves the unique value of your product. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dean Wendt. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/033173/bk_acx0_033173_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Today’s B2B buyer is challenged by a more complex buying journey, with more stakeholders, lengthening decision cycles, and no decisions. In order to help buyers navigate this journey, sellers and marketers are evolving from pitch to purpose, providing the right content, tools and intelligence to better communicate and quantify business value outcomes and drive faster purchase decisions. However, the evolution is not without challenges. What if you had a roadmap to guide you on this difficult journey? This book on Evolved Selling is designed to help you navigate from pitch to purpose, highlighting the best path, and illuminating the dangers so you can survive the process, stronger and better. Evolved Selling simply and effectively guides you through a sales transformation journey through the 4 I’s of Evolved Selling: Inspire: leveraging a time honored value storytelling technique originally developed by Aristotle, and confirmed by modern neuroscience, to motivate buyers from “do nothing” to “yes”. Influence: learning how sellers can better access the right value-focused content at the right time in the right format to motivate buyers forward at pivotal moments during every conversation. Interact: Understanding how you can deliver data-driven interactive sales and marketing tools like diagnostic assessments, ROI and TCO calculators to foster collaborative discovery and financial justification. Intelligent: Providing integration, tracking and insights with machine learning and artificial intelligence to understand best outcomes and optimize each next best sales effort. You’ll have the opportunity to learn directly from leading analysts and the success and pitfalls of those who have made the Evolved Selling journey including: ADP, MillerCoors, PepsiCo, Splunk, and Workday. This Evolved Selling book provides an in-depth analysis into each of the 4 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tom Pisello, Betty Monroe. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/ntgl/000989/bk_ntgl_000989_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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Bachelor Thesis from the year 2012 in the subject Business economics - Marketing, Corporate Communication, CRM, Market Research, Social Media, grade: 1,3, Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, language: English, abstract: Selling and buying behavior in business to business markets has rapidly changed over the past decades as markets become more competitive, technology evolves fast and customer expectations have changed. Thus, the focus changed from the buyer or seller to being the sole individual responsible for handling business relationships. Nowadays, everybody in a company who can provide an input to the process is actively involved as the boundaries of different horizontal and vertical levels are fading which used to determine the scope of responsibility in the past. Therefore, the general terms of 'Buying Center' and 'Selling Center' have become important as they define the people being involved in a purchase. The aim of this dissertation is to provide an overview of the significant determinants of a buying and a selling center, the roles the individuals play in a purchase and the influences on buying and selling behavior on different levels. Additionally, the buying and selling process and the collaboration of the respective centers in the process are being considered. The first chapter focuses on the major changes of selling and buying in the past decades. Chapter three provides the general definitions of B2B markets, the goods being purchased and the terms of buying and selling centers. In addition, the major characteristics that determine a buying situation are being described. In the subsequent chapters, buying and selling behavior is being analyzed separately. Hence, chapter four outlines the roles in a buying center and analyzes who is likely to occupy these roles. After that, a model of the buying decision process is established to illustrate who is involved at which stage. With the purpose of surveying the preliminarily established assumptions of buying behavior, an interview with a buyer is conducted. At the end of the fourth chapter, the findings are summarized and implications for further research are provided. The fifth chapter elaborates the selling side of a purchase. Implications from the fourth chapter are included as the roles of the selling center and the seller's decision process are depicted. Subsequently, analogue to the previous chapter, theory is revised on the base of an interview with a selling agent. In the sixth chapter the two sides of a purchase and their members are considered jointly. Concluding, the key findings are outlined, implications for the management are evolved and recommendations for potential future research are made.
The New Psychology of Selling The sales profession is in the midst of a perfect storm. Buyers have more power--more information, more at stake, and more control over the sales process--than any time in history. Technology is bringing disruptive change at an ever-increasing pace, creating fear and uncertainty that leaves buyers clinging to the status quo. Deteriorating attention spans have made it difficult to get buyers to sit still long enough to 'challenge,' 'teach,' 'help,' give 'insight,' or sell 'value.' And a relentless onslaught of 'me-too' competitors have made differentiating on the attributes of products, services, or even price more difficult than ever. Legions of salespeople and their leaders are coming face to face with a cold hard truth: what once gave salespeople a competitive edge--controlling the sales process, command of product knowledge, an arsenal of technology, and a great pitch--are no longer guarantees of success. Yet this is where the vast majority of the roughly $20 billion spent each year on sales training goes. It's no wonder many companies are seeing 50 percent or more of their salespeople miss quota. Yet, in this new paradigm, an elite group of top 1 percent sales professionals are crushing it. In our age of technology where information is ubiquitous and buyer attention spans are fleeting, these superstars have learned how to leverage a new psychology of selling--Sales EQ--to keep prospects engaged, create true competitive differentiation, as well as shape and influence buying decisions. These top earners are acutely aware that the experience of buying from them is far more important than products, prices, features, and solutions. In Sales EQ, Jeb Blount takes you on an unprecedented journey into the behaviors, techniques, and secrets of the highest earning salespeople in every industry and field. You'll learn: * How to answer the 5 Most Important Questions in Sales to make it virtually impossible for prospects to say no * How to master 7 People Principles that will give you the power to influence anyone to do almost anything * How to shape and align the 3 Processes of Sales to lock out competitors and shorten the sales cycle * How to Flip the Buyer Script to gain complete control of the sales conversation * How to Disrupt Expectations to pull buyers towards you, direct their attention, and keep them engaged * How to leverage Non-Complementary Behavior to eliminate resistance, conflict, and objections * How to employ the Bridge Technique to gain the micro-commitments and next steps you need to keep your deals from stalling * How to tame Irrational Buyers, shake them out of their comfort zone, and shape the decision making process * How to measure and increase you own Sales EQ using the 15 Sales Specific Emotional Intelligence Markers * And so much more! Sales EQ begins where The Challenger Sale, Strategic Selling, and Spin Selling leave off. It addresses the human relationship gap in the modern sales process at a time when sales organizations are failing because many salespeople have never been taught the human skills required to effectively engage buyers at the emotional level. Jeb Blount makes a compelling case that sales specific emotional intelligence (Sales EQ) is more essential to success than education, experience, industry awareness, product knowledge, skills, or raw IQ; and, sales professionals who invest in developing and improving Sales EQ gain a decisive competitive advantage in the hyper-competitive global marketplace. Sales EQ arms salespeople and sales leaders with the tools to identify their most important sales specific emotional intelligence developmental needs along with strategies, techniques, and frameworks for reaching ultra-high performance and earnings, regardless of sales process, industry, deal complexity, role (inside or outside), product or service (B2B or B2C).