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Launching our Sales Gym this November


Few small business owners and people working for small businesses have been trained in sales and yet there is a need for these people to embrace sales if they are to succeed with it.

Even if you use cleverly targeted marketing to generate leads for your business, the time will come when you have to pick up the phone or meet with a prospective customer to have a conversation - a sales conversation. Such conversations might include exploring customer needs, presenting a proposal, negotiating, discussing pricing, up selling or cross selling to existing customers or discussing the plan to implement an agreement. This is all selling and requires well developed skills to be effective.

As with going to any gym, this development requires ongoing attention of regular sessions with a variety of "workouts".

The Impact on Performance Sales Gym offers the following to business owners and their teams:      

  • ​Membership of a community of businesses with shared sales challenges in non-competing sectors, coming together for a monthly workshop; a "safe space" for development.
  • One session per month of one-to-one sales coaching tailored to your sales challenge.
  • Ongoing interaction across the group membership to build shared learning and development, building a community of best practice.

To join our Sales Gym, consider what your personal business sales challenges are and what the value of overcoming them could be.

The first group sessions are in November and anyone can join in for an introductory investment of £45 which includes participation in your first session and a one to one sales coaching follow up to work on your own sales challenge.

Places are full for our first group now but bookings can be made for the next session on Thursday 26th November here 

After your first month the investment to be a member of the Sales Gym is £99 per month for a minimum commitment of 3 months (skill development and change requires ongoing work).