Training sales people can be a challenge. First, the lessons need to be engaging and informative. Materials also need to be interactive, because hands-on experimentation improves retention when combined with visual learning. The bad news is that creating compelling interactive content can be difficult. The good news is that the design team at Sales Graphics is here to help when you need it (here are examples).
Another issue with training is that sales people are geographically distributed, and putting materials in front of them often requires travel. There is, however, another way: either through Web meetings or delivering lessons remotely. But what happens when information changes? The answer is to implement a flexible system that allows trainers to automatically update materials everywhere they're used.
The goal of training is to get the right information to the people in a way they're going to remember it. The content needs to be engaging and it has to be up to date. The result is increased retention, and a confident sales force that can handle every situation.
Training teams at some of the most well-known brands in the world – including DIRECTV and Dior – turn to Sales Graphics for assistance in successfully training thousands of retail and call-center sales people. How can we help you?
CustomShow ensures that our trainers and partners across the country are always delivering the most up-to-date information. The interactive slides and quizzes engage the sales people, which helps them remember our key points.
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