Maritz Learning to Host "The Neuroscience of Selling" Featuring David Rock

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David Rock, author of "Your Brain At Work" and partner of Maritz Learning, will host a live Webcast where he explores how applying the latest findings in neuroscience can shorten your sales cycle and improve your close rate.

David Rock, author of "Your Brain At Work" and partner of Maritz Learning, will host a live Webcast where he explores how applying the latest findings in neuroscience can shorten your sales cycle and improve your close rate. Rock is known for his brain-based approach to coaching, and routinely helps Fortune 500 companies develop leaders, retain talent, improve performance and change culture.

"The Neuroscience of Selling" featuring David Rock will take place on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2009, at 1 p.m. CTS. The one-hour Webcast is free and highly recommended for sales, marketing and human resource professionals, who want to create an atmosphere in which the customer's mind is open to their message. Attendees will also learn how to "sell less" while their customers buy more, by applying neuroscience to improve business results.

To attend this free Webcast, click here.

About Maritz Learning:
We are a full-service Learning and Development Agency who combines sound neuroscience-based instructional design with the creativity of an advertising agency. Our methodologies come to life in eLearning, virtual and live instructor led training services, mobile training, electronic reinforcement campaigns, one-minute drills and simulations.

We create training for all audiences and specialize in Sales Force Training for direct and channel partners and Customer Experience Improvement Programs for corporate owned and channel owned locations. Maritz Learning is a wholly owned subsidiary of Maritz, a performance improvement company specializing in the science and art of people and potential with over 100 years of experience.

For more information, visit Maritz Learning or contact us at 1-877-4MARITZ.

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