Sales Keynote Speaker
If you are looking for results that last, choose sales keynote speaker Tim Sanders for your annual conference, kickoff rally or President’s Club incentive trip. He will connect with your team because he has the sales-cred to back up his insights. For over twenty-five years, he’s led quota busting teams as well as being a record setting top producer. He’s closed over two billion dollars of deals during his career, spanning industries such as telco, software, technology, media and marketing. His latest book (Dealstorming) won the Axiom Gold Medal for Sales Books in 2016. Financial Times endorsed his advice on collaboration and closing as a “force-multiplier.
His sales keynote presentations will fit with any existing methodology and serve both B2B and consumer markets. Prior to every event he speaks at, he conducts a series of interviews to understand the company’s current challenges, pipeline concerns as well as learning objectives for the event. Tapping into his treasure trove of case studies, research and actionable advice, he’ll create a one-of-a-kind keynote that will motivate your team and give them winning techniques to find and then convert prospects immediately.
Make the Leap to Essential Partner
Being a good option is a bad strategy in this highly competitive and disruptive world we sell in. This sales keynote reveals three ways to make the leap to Essential Partner, win more deals and keep your best customers.
Leading with Love
In Tim’s New York Times bestseller Love Is the Killer App, he explains how we supercharged his sales career by showing his prospects and customers the love. He did this by sharing knowledge, making connections and truly caring about them.
Sales Genius is a Team Sport
To land a quality sale in today’s B2B landscape, innovation is required to solve complex problems at the deal level. This requires sales to team up with other departments as well as clients, using a method called Dealstorming. It boost sales performance and creates bonds across the company.
Here are just a few companies that have hired Tim for their sales conference keynote: