Dale Carnegie Training of Central and Northern Alabama Featured on Talk of Alabama

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Dale Carnegie of Central Alabama president, Nancy Covert, was recently featured on Talk of Alabama to discuss using story telling as an effective sales tool. The Birmingham Business community will have the opportunity to join Covert and her team at an upcoming workshop to learn how to put this important tool to work for them.

Watch the Talk of Alabama Segment here: https://youtu.be/Fw8GrZ43ivY

“The amount of time that people have to grab an audience’s attention is dwindling,” says Covert. “With that challenge, people have to be able to grab the audience with an appropriate story that gets them to be engaged right away.”

Dale Carnegie of Central Alabama president, Nancy Covert, was recently featured on Talk of Alabama to discuss using story telling as an effective sales tool. The Birmingham Business community will have the opportunity to join Covert and her team at an upcoming workshop to learn how to put this important tool to work for them. “The amount of time that people have to grab an audience’s attention is dwindling,” says Covert. “With that challenge, people have to be able to grab the audience with an appropriate story that gets them to be engaged right away.”

Salespeople are tasked with the responsibility of differentiating themselves from the competition. This is becoming increasingly challenging in today’s crowded market. One often overlooked way to stand out from the crowd is by harnessing the power of storytelling. In this new, half-day workshop coming up in June from Dale Carnegie Training, salespeople will learn to think outside the box in communications with buyers.

Humans are biologically programmed to pay close attention to information in the form of stories, which makes them an especially powerful sales tool. This means they are a great way to capture buyers' attention, boost retention, activate emotions, and increase customer engagement.

Participants will learn techniques for creating two types of sales stories and when to use them for maximum impact. Attendees will refine the content of their stories, practicing the delivery with confidence and bringing mundane facts and figures to life. They’ll learn where to find content ideas for their sales story, and will begin to see inspiration every day.

Participants will learn how to:

  • Identify situations where sales stories are appropriate
  • Use a proven technique for telling effective sales stories
  • Identify the elements of an engaging story
  • Recognize the different types of sales stories
  • Avoid the most common mistakes in storytelling
  • Design your own 3-minute sales stories using the five components of a story
  • Use the Magic Formula to create a 1-minute story when time is short
  • Practice delivering with confidence for maximum impact
  • Apply the Dale Carnegie Human Relations principles to storytelling
  • Find inspiration for stories in everyday situations
  • Prepare to conduct a client interview to find inspiration for stories
  • You will leave with practices you can put in place immediately.

Who should attend?

This program is designed for sales people who practice consultative selling and want to become more persuasive, capture buyers' attention, boost retention and increase customer engagement. Storytelling is an essential tool in the selling process and is particularly useful to experienced sales professionals who need to create more credibility with their clients.

To register for this workshop, click here. To view the full Talk of Alabama segment, click here.

About Dale Carnegie Training
Dale Carnegie Training has been helping individuals and organizations achieve their goals for 103 years. We are an action company. We focus on learning through doing, and apply time-tested techniques for real-world and real-life results. If you’d like to learn more about our programs, please visit http://www.birmingham.dalecarnegie.com or call 205-444-5011.

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