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New for 2022, a Sales Network with a difference with Jo Collins - Sales Performance

This initiative is designed to support you and your business. You will be in the company of like-minded ambitious people, who face similar challenges and opportunities, while building strong business connections and availing of peer to peer learning.

What can you expect and receive as part of this group:

You will have access to 6 online sales videos covering key topics such as:

  • Understanding the key skills to master for sales success.
  • Discover how the power of questions can help you sell more.
  • Develop a sales process and create a sales plan.
  • Learn techniques to deal with objections confidently and close business.
  • 4 step process for pipeline management.
  • Develop a key Account process.

These videos are designed and presented by Jo Collins of Sales Performance. Each module is a stand-alone topic, on completion you will receive additional material to support your learning.

The online material, which is a self-based learning module, which means you can watch and learn each module at a time and place that suits you.

A group of 10 businesses will then meet online for 1 hour over a 6-month period.

Each month, there will be a facilitated meeting that is collaborative, focussed and supportive where proven tips and techniques are shared to help solve any challenges you may have.

By joining this group, 3 things will happen:

1. Your knowledge, skills and confidence will expand and improve

2. You will reach your goals, as you will become more accountable

3. You will learn and gain valuable insights from the group.

Tap into the collective experience of other likeminded businesspeople to grow your business in 2022.

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The Carlow Kilkenny Skillnet was established in January 1999 by a number of Senior Managers in organisations in the Carlow Kilkenny area. Initial discussions showed that the organisations shared common training problems, namely,

  • Access to information on courses / training, and new technologies available for training purposes
  • Sourcing training programmes
  • Finding courses that were relevant to the specific needs of each organisation
  • The location of available courses

By working together, these organisations have developed new, low cost, customised, and locally based solutions for their management and staff.

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