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Sales Planning

Sales Planning
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ISBN: 978-87-7681-613-1
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Pages : 37
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About the book

  1. Reviews
  2. Description
  3. Preface
  4. Content
  5. About the Author


robert kuandima ★★☆☆☆

This is a very helpful book


Sales planning is a key skill that all salespeople need to master. Frank Atkinson, managing Director of the Sales Training Consultancy, Takes you through the key planning principles. Planning to hit target, producing your personal sales plan, planning for meetings with customers, managing your time, planning to negotiate and planning your cold calling time and activities. This book is a must for all salespeople. By mastering the art of planning you will be able to break down your sales target and be a more successful salesperson.


Your goals for this book on sales planning are to learn about and understand why planning is such an important part of a professional salesperson’s life. By the end of the first chapter you will understand why planning is important in helping you hit target and using your sales manager as a valuable resource. By the end of chapter 2 you will have learned how to write your personal sales plan and by the end of chapter 3 you will be aware of how to plan for other important sales activities.


Sales planning

1. Introduction to planning
1.1 Why planning is important
1.2 Why salespeople avoid planning
1.3 Planning to hit target
1.4 Planning for the short, medium and long term
1.5 Your manager as a planning resource

2. Sales planning to hit target
2.1 Planning basics
2.2 The Pareto principle
2.3 Key ratios
2.4 Lead times
2.5 Putting together your personal sales plan
2.6 Sales plan example. ABC Printing Ltd.

3. Other types of planning in sales
3.1 Planning to manage your time
3.2 Case study. Donald’s day
3.3 Planning to prospect and book appointments
3.4 Planning meetings with customers
3.5 Planning to negotiate


About the Author

This book has been written to help you become more successful in sales.

The Sales Training Consultancy has one of the most visited sales training websites in the world. and his company has an impressive worldwide client list.

Frank employs a team of highly experienced trainers who train and develop salespeople in all industries to sell more and to sell more profitably. His courses are highly motivational and fun.

In this book Frank brings his wide range of experience and expertise into play giving simple, practical and tested advice on sales and selling.

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