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March 21, 2018

Sales Motivational Speakers South Africa

sales motivational speakers south africa

If you’re looking for sales motivational speakers South Africa for your next conference, this list may help you.

I know that if you’re on this site, you’re probably considering me for your next conference. But, I also know that you have to find other sales speakers.

So, I thought I’d at least give you a name and make it a bit easier.

The list is not definitive and is based on the speakers I’ve met and sometimes broken bread with.

Sales Motivational Speakers South Africa

  1. Jacques de Villiers (that’s me)
  2. Clive Price
  3. Andrew Horton
  4. Ray Patterson
  5. Eberhard Niklaus
  6. Mark Berger
  7. Paul Naidoo
  8. Trevor Ketler

I’m sure that there are more sales motivational speakers South Africa and if they’re not on this list, please pop me a note and I’ll consider them.

What do you need to look for in a sales speaker.

When it comes to motivational speaking, it’s not so much what you know but how you can present. And, does your speech have a hook that will be interesting, entertaining and educational.

Most sales motivational speakers South Africa can pull off a 1-hour keynote.

You can pretty much create a 1-hour keynote on any of the steps of selling:

  • Building rapport
  • Discovery process
  • Prospecting
  • Getting appointments
  • Overcoming objections
  • Sales closing techniques
  • Presenting your solution
  • Key account management

These topics probably work better as part of a full day sales training session.

When it comes to motivational keynotes in the sales arena, the following topics will hit the sweet spot:

  • Attitude
  • Mindset shift
  • Dealing with change in a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world
  • Goal setting
  • Self-image
  • Neuroscience (how the buying brain works)
  • Persuasion and influence
  • Relationship building

And, of course, the key to making sure that you get the right sales motivational speakers South Africa to do a bang up job at your conference is the briefing.

If you’re unclear of what your objectives are, so will the speaker be.

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