Please note: This is a virtual/remote session.
Join MIT Sloan Senior Lecturer Miro Kazakoff on Tuesday, September 22 from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM ET for a free workshop on developing your sales tactics. This session is designed for non-sales professionals new to the sales process and professionals who have not had formal sales training.
For professionals new to sales, the process can seem like an alchemy of glad-handling and interpersonal magic. In this workshop we will discuss customer pain: the fundamental reasons why people and companies make it to “the close”. This workshop will focus on identifying the three fundamental personas in every organization that impact your ability to make a sale so that you can avoid wasted time talking to the wrong people and more quickly identify the people within an organization who can help you close deals faster.
This is a the first session of our sales series. This series is a good fit for engineers, academics, and client service professionals who find themselves newly in sales or business-development oriented roles.
Please apply through the opportunity posting, and list who will be attending from your company. Name, title, email of all attendees is necessary for attendance.
Multiple attendees from the same company are okay.
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