Let’s Talk Sales! Building Stronger Relationships – Episode 4

November 27, 2017
Let’s Talk Sales! Building Stronger Relationships – Episode 4

Interested in building stronger relationships with your prospects, clients, and colleagues?

Each month on the CFS blog, we pick a monthly theme and write about it from different perspectives. We wanted to bring that discussion to the podcast as well, so each month we’ll have a “CFS talks sales” roundtable discussion related to the month’s theme.

In November, we've been writing about client relationships, so in this first roundtable we discuss building stronger relationships.

In this episode of Let's Talk Sales, you'll hear from Charles Bernard, who recently wrote an eBook on Making Client Relationships Work, Rebecca Smith, Arianna Miskel, and Elizabeth Frederick. (This is Arianna's podcast debut!)

If you missed it, check out Charles's ebook here.

Free Resource: Making Client Relationships Work: A Guide for Sales Leaders

In the podcast, we shared advice for building stronger relationships in your professional and personal life.

Keys to Building Stronger Relationships

  1. Charles reminded us to “give to get.”
  2. Rebecca shared that we should “be genuine without being a jerk!”
  3. Arianna advised us not to discount anyone's potential.
  4. I suggested blocking out time to build relationships and using tools like CRM.

Resources for Building Stronger Relationships

We recommended a few of our free resources in the podcast, and you can find them here.

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Building Relationships for Success in Life and Work [and How Your CRM Can Help]

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