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How Neuroscience can Power Your Sales Success

Develop an effective, straightforward selling system based on neuroscience insights on how customers' minds really work.
EAN: 9780749469214
Edition: 1
Format: 234x157
232 pages

About the book

Anyone involved in sales faces huge challenges these days, from fierce global competition and increased pressure on margins to the power of internet-savvy buyers and difficulties with getting time with prospective buyers. To succeed in sales, something more than the traditional techniques is needed. Neuro-Sell presents an effective, brain-based approach to selling that is sensitive to what's going on in the customer's mind.
Neuro-Sell helps readers understand the importance of the unconscious and get below the surface of what people say to recognise what they really mean. Packed with examples, quizzes, templates and interactive exercises, it develops readers' skills in building sales relationships with the four main types of buyer and outlines the five stages of neuro-negotiating that will help give readers the competitive edge.

About the authors

Simon Hazeldine

Simon Hazeldine works internationally as a professional speaker and performance consultant in the areas of sales, negotiation, business performance and applied neuroscience. He is the bestselling author of five books that have been endorsed by business leaders including multi-millionaire Duncan Bannatyne from "Dragons' Den" and multi-billionaire business legend Michael Dell.Simon Hazeldine has a Masters Degree in Psychology and is a Fellow of the Institute of Sales & Marketing Management. His client list includes many Fortune 500 and FTSE 100 companies, and as a highly experienced and in-demand international speaker he has spoken in over 30 countries across six continents.

More about Simon Hazeldine

Simon Hazeldine covers real world, practical advice and techniques to tap into the buyer's brain so that you can influence them on a much deeper level then your competitors.

Sean McPheat, author of Eselling