OPEN-Question Selling: Unlock Your Customer's Needs to Close the Sale... by Knowing What to Ask and When to Ask It

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McNeil & Johnson, May 24, 2007 - Business & Economics - 230 pages

Build stronger relationships with customers through the OPEN Questioning technique

By asking four types of questions-Operational, Problem, Effect, and Nail Down-you can address customer needs, find connections, and build the kind of relationships that enable you to close more sales.

This hands-on guide shows how to use OPEN Question Selling throughout the sales process, from getting in the door to handling objections to making the close. With more than 100 sample questions and end-of-chapter exercises, you'll soon be on your way to building winning customer relationships.

 

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Contents

CHAPTER
69
chapt
89
The OPEN Question Selling Technique
125
Handling Objections
181
Closing with OPEN Question
199

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Jeff Gee and Val Gee are the authors of Super Service, Customer Services Training Tool Kit, and The Winner's Attitude. Their SuperService™ curriculum has been revered as “one of the best” by such companies as Underwriters Laboratories, Computer Associates, and Pepsi.

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