About This Course
Who this course is for:
- Accountants, lawyers, consulting engineers, surveyors, actuaries, management consultants, events organisers, HR professionals or any other form of professional businessperson
What you’ll learn:
- Describe the scope and purpose of sales prospecting for professional services
- Understand the five rules of selling professional services
- Develop a branding statement for themselves and their organisation
- Define the criteria for the clients they wish to target
- Appreciate the importance of client pain points and how to identify them
- Prepare materials for prospecting
- Create a cold calling script for prospecting
- Write a cold email or LinkedIn message to prospects including a strong subject line
- Understand the sorts of questions they can use to stimulate client engagement in a discussion
- Move prospects onto the next stage of the selling process
- No prior knowledge is required to take this course
Welcome to Selling Skills for Professionals Part 1: Prospecting.
If you are an accountant, a lawyer, a consulting engineer, a surveyor, an actuary, a management consultant, an events organiser, an HR professional or any other form of professional businessperson, and you need to identify and develop new clients, then this course is for you
This is part 1 of a two-part course on selling skills for professionals. In Part 1, I cover prospecting, that is identifying potential future clients and making the initial approach. In Part 2 of Selling Skills for Professionals, I cover the sales process once you have made contact with a potential client.
Selling Skills for Professionals covers high involvement purchases where the commitment is a significant one for the purchaser. This covers relatively expensive business investments, but also purchase agreements which the purchaser feels will have a significant impact on their business – for example engaging an accountant or a lawyer, or a management consultant, and so on.
With a high involvement purchase, the client typically will consider a range of alternatives; will review a variety of information sources; and will evaluate product and service attributes in detail. This means that there is a relatively high barrier to surmount to get the potential client’s attention. A solid approach to prospecting and a well-structured sales process can increase that conversion rate and enhance your success in securing clients who will remain with you for the long term. That is the purpose of this course.
I hope you enjoy the course.
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have learned how to identify potential future clients and make the initial approach.
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|Section 1 - First Principles In Selling Professional Services|
|The Five Rules Of Selling Professional Services||00:00:00|
|Section 2 - Getting Ready To Prospect|
|Client Pain Points And The Purpose Of Prospecting||00:00:00|
|Preparing To Prospect||00:00:00|
|Section 3 - Making The Approach|
|Seven Seconds To Make An Impact||00:00:00|
|Crafting The Message – Cold Calling||00:00:00|
|Crafting The Message – Cold Email||00:00:00|
|Sample Scripts For Cold Email||00:00:00|
|Trigger Questions – Prospecting Questions That Build Engagement||00:00:00|
|Getting Ready To Sell The Next Stage||00:00:00|
|Key Learning Points In Prospecting||00:00:00|