Hearing the words, "That guy's been here before," can crush the spirit of a sales consultant..or can it? Be wary of another sales consultant giving you "advi...
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I've viewed htis 3 times very strong , excellent .....
I like this the sale psychology of the neg heads in sales can ruin and dampen the sales environment sales staff that that try to use negative tactics on colleagues should not be in a professional environment they stifle sales dont hang around them in the dealership.
The point of the video has more meaning when you view it from the dealer's perspective. The question of "who owns the customer" surfaces the reality that the dealer does since it was his investment in the facility and advertising that attracted them to begin with. Of course the salesperson has a vested interest as well but only as long as he/she follows the sales process instituted by the dealer which typically includes obligations for a structured follow up to preserve the commission and arrangements for split deals for unexpected be-backs which might be the subject of this vdeo..
First impressions are irretrievable so if a sales consultant hesitates when approaching a customer because they are only focused on their self interests to earn a commission then they can't complain if the dealer doesn't consider the sales consultants interests in other matters. The partnership between the sales consultant, the customer and the dealer are co-dependent on everyone protecting each other's interests and greeting a customer - anyone's customer - is everyones responsibility regardless of who earns the commission. Besides, the next unexpected customer might be yours!
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