The Value of Sales Skills

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The Value of Sales Skills
On June 22, 2021

A survey of 20 business owners and CEOs found that the most crucial skill for success is the ability to generate sales.1 A business could have the best product in the world, but if nobody knows it exists or wants to try it, the business could still fail. Whether your company sells textbooks, beauty products, homes, or medical equipment, this is important to consider. That's why developing sales skills is critical for growing your business career.

Stautzenberger College's sales management program teaches students the essentials of sales skills. Courses such as Marketing Management, Advertising and Promotion, Negotiation and Dispute Resolution, and Business and Professional Communication demonstrate the importance of these skills and how to apply them to your company. Connecting with customers, building strong brands, delivering value, buyer behaviors, advertising design, and integrated marketing communication tools for media and promotions are all important topics covered in this program.

This program is held entirely online, giving you flexibility to complete your assignments at home on your time. Even if you have family or professional obligations, you could still start a new career path. You could graduate in as little as 6 months! 

With well-developed sales skills, you could become an invaluable asset to your workplace. These skills are relevant regardless of whether you have an employer or are self-employed. They could help you begin a sales career or advance in your current career path. Sales skills never go out of style and will remain useful for decades to come.

To learn more about our sales management program, call 888.859.8225 or submit our Request Information form online. We are proud of all of our students, and we want to see you succeed as well. Our staff will walk you through the enrollment, financial aid, and career search processes. Don't let another day go by—you have the power to change your professional future starting today.     

Reference:
1 Haden, J.  (2012, April 2).  Without this skill, you won't succeed.  Inc.  https://www.inc.com/jeff-haden/the-one-thing-every-successful-person-does-well.html

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