Learning to S.E.E.: Sell Efficiency Effectively™
Sponsored by SDG&E
Most decisions are emotional decisions, and making the commitment to dedicate time and resources to enhance efficiency is no exception. Whether you are selling efficiency solutions or seeking project approvals, understanding which factors play a role in the decision-making process and knowing how to build rapport with key stakeholders vastly increase your odds of success.
This workshop features highlights from our comprehensive Boot Camp, including: reframing the benefits of efficiency so that they can be measured with the yardsticks that your customers are already using to measure their own success; developing concise and compelling communication tools that really engage decision-makers; migrating the discussion from the “bits, bytes and blinking lights” of your offering to prospect-specific messages that motivate project approvals; and much more. This workshop will give you the insights, focus, and skills you need to define your most promising targets, streamline your sales process, and maximize your closing ratio.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Efficiency products dealers and distributors, architects, engineers, mechanical and electrical contractors, energy-efficiency specialists, HVAC and lighting designers, building owners and managers, utility representatives, commissioning authorities, and anyone else whose success depends on the successful advocacy of efficiency projects.
- Understand how to connect the dots between your energy solutions and the segment-specific outcomes your prospects truly care about.
- Discover how to distill your message down to a 15-second elevator pitch that is both repeatable and memorable; craft a one-page narrative proposal that can be read in four minutes or less; and, generate a one-page investment summary that migrates the conversation from simple payback to the metrics that really matter.
- Learn how to clone past successes by creating a Success Story Archive and sharing it with prospects that look a lot like your best customers.
- A full year’s membership in Selling Energy’s Mastermind Group featuring monthly two-hour coaching conference calls ($348 value)
- A full year’s access to an online/on-demand version of Financial Analysis of Efficiency Projects – Intermediate ($149 value)
- A copy of the Learning to S.E.E. Playbook complete with copies of sides, sample templates, and other valuable resources ($50 value)
- An autographed copy of Mark’s Wall Street Journal bestseller, Selling Energy: Inspiring Ideas That Get More Projects Approved! ($20 value)
DATES AND TIMES
This live online training will be split into two parts. An on-demand version will also be available to all registrants.
Part 1: April 2, 2021 – 8:30 AM – 11:30 AM Pacific
Part 2: April 9, 2021 – 8:30 AM – 11:30 AM Pacific
$499 – $49 For Active, Registered SDG&E Trade Professionals and SDG&E Customers
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Mark Jewell is a Wall Street Journal best-selling author and Stevie® award-winning speaker focused on applying energy solutions to create value. He has influenced energy decisions in three billion square feet of real estate. His firm, Selling Energy, is one of Selling Power magazine’s Top 20 Sales Training Firms. Mark received his B.S. in Economics from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Preview: What It Takes To Be A Sales Professional and How You Can Become One
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