Mosley earned his stripes on the dealership front lines, working on the showroom floor, in the BDC, e-commerce department, and in senior management positions.
Parsippany, New Jersey (PRWEB) April 30, 2014
Cory Mosley’s “New Skills Now” seminar just completed a stop in Long Island, NY and will touch down June 5th in New Jersey.
This one-day, two seminar training breaks down the different challenges facing sales professionals to help them find personal leverage points to increase their influence with buyers while reducing buyer apprehension. Influence allows the sales professional to guide the customer along the path to taking that crucial next step while preserving customer experience and encouraging repeat business.
A back to basics strategy may actually be killing sales growth. “Consider that today’s car buyer has more brands and more dealers to choose from than ever before,” Cory Mosley, principal of Mosley Automotive Training. “A dealer can throw more money at marketing or equip his sales teams with new skills. I’ve educated automotive professionals at every major industry event in the last 10 years and I am bringing some of my best content to the New Skills Now seminar.”
“New Skills Now” is two seminars for automotive sales professionals presented in one day. Coming months will see more of these blockbuster events scheduled across the U.S.A. Registration is now open for the June 5th seminar, being held at the Sheraton Hotel in Parsippany, NJ.
Special pricing packages are now available on the website. Bring the whole team.
Morning session (showroom sales professionals):
- Strategies to create influence
- Personality based selling tactics
- How to significantly reduce buyer objections
- How to create a referral machine using social media
Afternoon session (Internet/BDC professionals):
- How to increase customer engagement
- How to set more appointments that show
- Learning the 722 blueprint for customer follow-up
- Turning more shoppers into buyers
As an industry leading trainer and consultant, Mosley transforms dealerships, helping his dealer and manufacturer clients move beyond old-school tactics to embrace new-school strategies that drive customer satisfaction and retention to accelerate sales and fuel profitability. He developed this progressive approach during a sales and consulting career that now spans more than 16 years.
Mosley earned his stripes on the dealership front lines, working on the showroom floor, in the BDC, e-commerce department, and in senior management positions. He launched Mosley Automotive in 2004, and consults for dealers nationwide, lectures at industry conferences, leads progressive retail initiatives for several OEMs, launched his on-demand training system Mosley 24/7 at the NADA and recently released his first book “The Way I See It” this past January.
For more information, visit http://www.mosleyautomotive.com, call (877) 667-5398 or email info(at)mosleyautomotive(dot)com.