Sales Summer School is the best sales training for the summer of 2012!
A bold claim? Not from my perspective. Sales Summer School is now accepting students for classes beginning July 31st.
Why Sales Summer School?
Summer is traditionally the slowest time of the sales year for most sales people. Why not take advantage of this lull in customer accessibility by attending a series of fresh sales courses that can sharpen my sales skills and learn fresh, innovative sales strategies and even how to leverage the social tools that have gained such momentum over the last several years.
Why attend a Sales Summer School course?
Featuring 17 well-respected sales innovators, authors and trainers from across North America, Sales Summer School delivers ideas and actions that you can take immediately to improve your sales results.
Select from over 30 courses with a wide variety of topics ranging from tips and techniques for interviewing for your next sales position to obtaining strategic referrals and partners, through to coaching your sales teams as an effective leader.
Each course is scheduled for 60 minutes and there is always time available for live Q&A with the audience.
You would have to pay thousands of dollars to hear these speakers live. Your investment of $47.00 per event will prove to be the most valuable career investment you will make this year.
As an attendee, you will receive access to a recording of the event for your review later on, and will also be given exclusive access to a private LinkedIn Group reserved only for attendees of Sales Summer School. Each of the instructors is an active member, and are available to answer your questions on sales and sales management. Private access to this group of experts is worth more than the price of the ticket itself.
Interview with the guys from Sales Thinker Radio
Todd Schnick and Todd Youngblood from Sales Thinker Radio recently interviewed me about Sales Summer School. We explored several topics including who should attend, some of the Courses and how the program is set up. Here is the interview and a link to their post about Sales Summer School: