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Duration

8 weeks

Tuition

$2,980

 

Jul 3-Aug 28

Plus 3 other start dates

Aug 1 - Sep 26 2024

Sep 3 - Oct 29 2024

Oct 2 - Nov 27 2024

Commitment

Part-Time

Delivery

Live Online

Year Founded

1912

Scholarships

no

In Dale Carnegie Sales Training: Winning with Relationship Selling, students learn how to build productive relationships built on reciprocal trust that comes from established credibility and a mutual understanding of value. These relationships happen when the seller can demonstrate a genuine comprehension of the client’s world—their real needs—based on asking powerful questions and listening skills that identify opportunities and challenges and uncover unknown or unexpressed requirements.

In an environment where the seller can’t always win on price, it’s important to be focused on the real customer’s wants and needs that will ensure mutual success. Dale Carnegie’s proprietary Sales Model and Process is adaptable within any sales culture and fits any salesperson’s style.

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Dale Carnegie

Phenomenal!

William Jarvis

July 9, 2020

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5 stars

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Well, can you stand in front of a crowd of all of your “classmates,” on a stage, and talky about something pertaining to that day's lesson? This is what you will be doing each (weekly) session. (I had 10 weekly sessions in all back then.)

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Well, can you stand in front of a crowd of all of your “classmates,” on a stage, and talky about something pertaining to that day's lesson? This is what you will be doing each (weekly) session. (I had 10 weekly sessions in all back then.)

Each lesson is about a topic you are able to relate to pertaining to each week's lesson. (Some people can literally shed tears giving their testimonies. I did once!)

If your know your topic it will be easier to tell it in front of your “classmates.”

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