In all aspects of life you are selling – yourself, your business, character, knowledge and skills.
Selling is all about building the relationship, listening and having a conversation. And yet it can feel awkward and cause anxiety. But it doesn’t have to be that way! Women are poised very well to excel in sales because of sincerity and a softer approach (generally).
Caterina Alberti has trained hundreds of individuals and teams over a 30 year period, with an 8 Step Sales Process that builds confidence and puts you in a position of leadership. You will learn:
– How to gain the attention of your customer or client
– The three seeds you need to plant
– How to meet the requirements of your customer or client
– How to ask for and close the sale
About: Caterina Alberti is the CEO and Founder of Crossover Coaching, with over 30 years experience in developing and growing business, sales & service training and executive business coaching and mentorship.
Caterina discovered her leadership skills and ability at the young age of 22, when she worked with companies to turn them around and bring them back from the brink. She was noticed by a local Victoria company and hired as their full-time sales person. It was here, many years ago that her mentor said to her “I’m going to teach you the most important thing you will ever learn in your lifetime.” “How to sell.” And sell she did, assisting to bring the company record sales year after year as she was awarded the top sales person month to month.
in 1988, Caterina moved to Whistler to manage the start-up of two retail stores, she soon recognized there was a huge gap in quality service and sales skills. She spent the next 25 years developing businesses, training salespeople and improving service skills in the tourism industry in Whistler.
Caterina has returned home to Vancouver Island in 2015 to be closer to her family and support her daughter who graduates from UVic this year.
Caterina is excited to share with you the most important thing you can learn, “how to sell and make it simple”