Most sales presentations and conversations are dull, informational and instantly forgettable. Yet we remember a great performance for months or years. For hundreds of years, performers have been studying, testing and practicing ways to engage and move an audience. Sales professionals need these critical new skills today in order to engage, persuade and move prospects to take action. Performance Sales and Training offers presentation and sales workshops, webinars and speaking engagements designed to help sales professionals win more deals!
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And the Oscar for Best Presentation goes to…Sales Tips from Oscar Winners & Losers
(or mishandle) their moment in the spotlight and see how we can apply that to our presentations. After all, The Oscars call upon our favorite performers to “go off script,” developing and delivering their own mini-presentation with little direction or rehearsal. As an audience we still expect them to be interesting, relevant, professional, humble and of course, entertaining. Not unlike what your customers or prospects expect from you!
Think about your sales presentation. Is it award-worthy? If you’re asking for someone’s business, it should be! Here are some tips from Academy Award winners and presenters that you can apply for an award-winning presentation:
- Be prepared with a strong opening:
How many times do we hear “I wasn’t expecting this!” or “I’m so surprised!” followed by an awkward grasping for words or incoherent string of thoughts? They did get the invitations, right? Read Full Article Here.