Mahan Khalsa is one of the more respected names in the field of complex sales. When I set out to write Trust-based Selling, there were three. Mahan Khalsa breaks down basic ideas and really explores what they mean to you and your business and how to apply them most effectively. 4 quotes from Mahan Khalsa: ‘The client’s question, “Are we getting the best deal ?” (price negotiation) is very different from “Can we afford this?” (value.
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What do you think is the most powerful point he makes about trust? If an organization feels a strong need for its salespeople to keep growing their performance, and they see deliberate practice as a key lever to realizing that growth, the next issue is how to align the organization to make deliberate practice a way of life that is encouraged, expected, and rewarded. How can companies encourage it? Your trustworthiness khalss is certainly a good, well-tested definition. How did you come to make that connection?
Trust is hard to measure, and value is a lagging indicator. Sign up and get a free eBook!
Low to High Price: I think his most powerful point is that trust can be built on purpose. The good news is that you can get crystal clear on your intent and how it is mutually beneficial, and you can practice becoming completely congruent with that intent before picking up the phone or walking into a room.
Yet most also consistently engage in actions that are not value adding—for them or for their customers.
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Since most people are both sellers and buyers in their lives, most can fill in their stories of what this means. Leaders in organizations have many levers they can pull that will influence what behaviors their people adopt and apply.
One you could really trust. Selling is the second oldest profession, often confused with the first. I thought others might benefit from what I had learned. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants.
Mahan Khalsa Quotes (Author of Let’s Get Real or Let’s Not Play)
They valued what I brought to the table enough to purchase my company in Available for immediate download. Deliberate practice is the key to improvement. When people can sense that your intent serves their best interests, they are willing to open the trust valve at least a little. Read by Mahan Khalsa. There were times I felt very honorable—and failed miserably.
Ninety Five 5 concentrates on execution and measurable results, using training as only one part of a systemic improvement initiative. The notion of selling carries a lot of baggage.
Lets Get Real or Lets Not Play
Often, in large organizations, the further away executives are from the customers, the more they focus on salesperson activity or quantity based leading indicators numbers of calls, number of proposals versus quality based leading indicators flow of meaningful information. What I had experienced was abusive to both buyer and seller.
To create a trust based organization everyone has to believe that our self-interests are served by helping our customers reach their self-interests. Learn more at Author Central. Would you like to: If you say it, do it. Kunden zum Erfolg verhelfen: You can communicate your intent without even saying a word.
Mahan Khalsa (Author of Let’s Get Real or Let’s Not Play)
Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. I might go as far to say that sales is the process of understanding and influencing beliefs, our own and those of others.
The combination was tricky.
Let them agree to a change or say they need you to meet your word.