A recent article on Inc. listed six straightforward ways to tell if a salesperson can really sell your product. From really listening to the client, to following up promptly and efficiently, there are lots of simple components to making sales.
At Financial Providence Group, each of our agents and managers are given the best training in the industry before they ever interact with a client. We’ve highlighted some of the most important lessons we impart to our team below:
- Listening — No matter if it’s the first client of the day, or the last, actively listening to whoever is on the other end of the line is incredibly important. When you speak with any of Financial Providence Group’s agents, you can be sure that you’re being heard.
- Follow up — If a client expects a call by the end of the day, they should receive a call by the end of the day. No exceptions. There’s no quicker way to lose a client’s trust than by dropping the ball when it comes to fulfilling promises. If you say you’re going to do something, do it.
- Quality of service– Making the sale is important, but providing the best products, services, and customer experiences is our number one priority. When you go above and beyond for a client, you’re creating a lasting relationship that could lead to future sales, and most importantly, a great experience for your customer. The best way to gain your client’s loyalty is to treat them like you want to be treated.
If you’re interested in a fulfilling, rewarding career with Financial Providence Group, we invite you to contact us by clicking here. We’ll give you the tools, training and support you need to excel.
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