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Shane Gibson Keynote Speaker | Social Selling | Sales Trainer | Social Media Strategy

Influencing Top Level Decision Makers Day 24 to the 28 Days of Better Selling

* Sales Podcast, 28 days to better selling

Influencing Top Level Decision Makers Day 24 to the 28 Days of Better Selling

Top level decision makers are results-orientated. Both tangible results and intangible results appeal to them.  In order to be seen as a resource and potential supplier you must tap into their desire to produce results.


The kind of tangible results that appeal to them are:


Raising Revenues:
Show them how their overall volume can be increased; in other words, an increase in sales.


Increase Efficiency:
If they see that their employees, or their equipment, or other capital  will be more efficient, then the chance of their buy-in is higher.


Keeping Shareholders Happy:
Top level decision makers are the ones who have to answer to the Board of Directors and to the Shareholders in a large corporation. Keeping the Board or shareholders happy is their main priority.


Lowering Cost of Production:
Lower costs equal better margins and bigger profits.


Increasing Market Share:
They are interested in advertising, marketing and business development strategies, tactics and methods to increase market share.

Higher Return On Investment:
Can you show them how they will get a bigger return on their investment for the money they invest with your services, products, ideas and concepts?


Dealing With Market Changes:
If you come with solutions for  market changes that affect them, then they will  take the time to explore the possibilities with you.

Intangible Results:

The types of intangible results that appeal to top level decision makers are:


Lower the Risk And Worry:
Anything that you can do to lower or eliminate the risk makes them feel better.

Personal and Corporate Pride:
Senior executives and top level decision makers are at the top because they have personal pride and are proud of the business results that they achieve.


Image – Personally And Corporately:
Yes the car they drive reflects their success level. The suits, the shoes they wear, the house they live in, the office address, and the image their marketing material portrays are all examples of personal and/or corporate image.

Retaining And Attracting Good Employees Who Work Beyond The Norm:
The top level decision maker knows that you win when you have exceptional people working with you.

Your assignment today after listening to the podcast is to:

1) Look at how many of these results your products or services can achieve for your clients.

2) Develop a unique way to present these results you produce

3) Memorize and practice presenting those core results statements that you will use with senior decision makers.

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