Table of contents for Fundamentals of selling : customers for life through service / Charles Futrell, Texas A & M University.
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Part 1: Selling as a Profession Chapter 1: The Life, Times, and Career of the Professional SalespersonChapter 2: Relationship Marketing: Where Personal Selling FitsChapter 3: Ethics First… Then Customer RelationshipsPart 2: Preparation for Relationship Selling Chapter 4: The Psychology of Selling: Why People BuyChapter 5: Communication for Relationship Building: It’s Not All TalkChapter 6: Sales Knowledge: Customers, Products, TechnologiesPart 3: The Relationship Selling Process Chapter 7: Prospecting – The Lifeblood of SellingChapter 8: Planning the Sales Call Is a MustChapter 9: Carefully Select Which Sales Presentation Method to UseChapter 10: Begin Your Presentation StrategicallyChapter 11: Elements of a Great Sales PresentationChapter 12: Welcome Your Prospect’s ObjectionsChapter 13: Closing Begins the RelationshipChapter 14: Service and Follow-Up for Customer RetentionPart 4: Managing Yourself, Your Career, and OthersChapter 15: Time, Territory, and Self-Management: Keys to SuccessChapter 16: Planning, Staffing, and Training Successful SalespeopleChapter 17: Motivation, Compensation, Leadership, and Evaluation of SalespeopleAppendix A: Sales Call Role-PlaysAppendix B: Personal Selling Experiential ExercisesAppendix C: Comprehensive Sales CasesAppendix D: Selling Globally
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BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Sales & Selling. -- bisacsh