Our public workshops are held in small groups so everyone will have the opportunity to discover how simple and easy our system is. For example; Our mortgage sales training prepares participants to start on an action plan that will help them to generate leads and profits. We also offer online follow-up sessions as part of our mortgage industry events where we review results and work on your progressive improvements.
Investing in an In-House Workshop for your staff will give you the valuable opportunity to hone their sales and marketing skills. Remember, the business owner or even the mortgage advisers on staff are are not always the person who answers enquiries from your clients and suppliers. Your team – from the receptionist to the loan writer – should have top notch customer relations skills so they can represent the business and bring you more leads and sales.
Gail Stevens’ In-House Workshops can also strengthen your team environment so that everyone is striving for the same goals. After participating in our workshops, even your clerical staff will be equipped with the knowledge, skills, and attitude to represent the company well.
“We are generating 2-3 genuine sales opportunities per month, which could have easily been missed if we had, not have implemented the program. We feel that the relatively small amount of time is well justified. ”
“Gail increased my understanding of why my clients need to hear from me more often….. Learning about how I process information assisted me to re-think how I can communicate with my clients and my team more effectively and put this into action.”
“The day I left Gail’s workshop, I was so motivated that I called a developer who I had sold properties for 2 years previously. We met up a few days later for a coffee and I am now the agent for his newest development in the Sydney Inner West. I have also enlisted the help of my staff to re-organise my office for a more productive and profitable 2016 so I can fully implement the program.”
“The Workshop opened my eyes to identifying relationships outside my business and what can be done to improve my networking. The use of statistics reinforced the importance of certain strategies and gave me some good topics to include in my conversations with clients, which I had not thought of before.”