When meeting with a client where it’s important to recommend a course of action, be sure to show your homework. Your due diligence illustrates forethought and respect. It also shows that you have put considerable effort into understanding their business and have earned the right to make recommendations. Often salespeople come to a meeting without […]
In my last post, I listed six things to stop discussing with your clients. Did you do it? How did it go? The reason those things are important to eliminate is that when a meeting diverts into those areas, you’ve lost control and it will be hard to get it back. So this week, let’s […]
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It has been said that you get just one chance to make a first impression. I have found that that holds true even with people you know. Let me explain. When you have a meeting with an existing client, how the meeting or call starts is critically important. This “first impression” will give your client […]
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Summer is a season of vacations, beaches, time with family and other distractions. However, you’ve still got business to manage and clients to satisfy. Perhaps more than any other time of the year, summer presents time management challenges for you and your team. It’s up to you to make sure work gets done. Here are […]
“We might not be the right company for you.” Said no one ever, right? Not so. I say it often and coach my clients to do the same. “Steve…you counsel people to TELL their potential client that their company might not be the right fit?” That’s right. I put it in the category of Cognitive […]
Perhaps you were raised with the old adage, “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.” While that is good advice around the dinner table or in the schoolyard, it’s not always true in business. When should you not be nice? When your client’s business future is at stake…and that […]