Colleen Stanley is the Founder and Chief Selling Officer at Sales Leadership, Inc. She is well known for creating Ei Selling®, a unique and powerful sales training program that integrates emotional intelligence skills with consultative selling skills. As a successful sales keynote speaker, trainer and author, Colleen shares her knowledge and advice about how you can leverage the power of emotional intelligence to win more sales and drastically increase revenue!
Here are some of the topics covered in this episode:
- How emotional intelligence (EI) affects prospecting, how you handle objections and other areas of sales
- Daily exercises to improve specific EI skills such as emotional self-awareness
- How to emotionally connect with prospect and create bigger conversations
- How to hire and build an emotionally intelligent sales team: soft skills to screen for with example interview questions
Emotions have a big impact on sales decision making. Learn what you can do to trigger the right feelings for each prospect and communicate your value more effectively!
About the Guest: Colleen’s passion for sales started over 25 years ago where she started as a ‘bag carrying’ rep and eventually became a VP of Sales, leading a national sales team of more than 100 reps at Varsity Spirit Corporation. During her 10 years at Varsity, sales increased from 8M to 90M and the business was named by Forbes Magazine as one of the 200 fastest growing companies in the United States.
Colleen is currently the Founder and President of SalesLeadership, Inc. She is the creator of the Ei Selling® System, a unique and powerful sales program that integrates emotional intelligence skills with consultative selling skills. Colleen is the author of two books, ‘Emotional Intelligence For Sales Success’, now published in six languages, and ‘Growing Great Sales Teams’.
Colleen is also a recipient of many awards for her work in sales development and thought leadership and Salesforce recently named Colleen one of the most influential sales figures in the 21st century.