This one-day workshop looks at how personality influences the way that we and our customers buy. It explores how feelings, what people say and the process that people go through to make their decision in any buying situation.
At the end of this programme participants will be able to recognise different customer types and their preferred way of communicating. Participants will then be able to make it easier for customers to buy from you.
The aim of this programme is to help participants:
- Understand how we experience the world
- Identify their own sensory preference
- Serve using their customers’ sensory preference
- Identify key personality styles
- Discover their own personality style
- Communicate with different personality styles
- Recognise body language and other unconscious signals
- Adapt their own style
- Deal with difficult customer types
- Increase their self-awareness
This programme is ideal for:
- Customer service teams and team leaders
- Sales teams and team leaders
This one-day workshop is based upon a series of short discussions, practical exercises and real life application. Having an awareness of different personalities has benefits on many levels. It helps staff to have a better understanding of their customers. It also helps managers and team members to be aware of the behaviours and needs of their colleagues.
If required, this workshop can be adapted to create a two-day workshop incorporating team-building and customer service team meetings.
An enthusiastic developer of people, Scott has been working as a trainer and coach in customer service and sales since 1996. Operating from a solid foundation of over 20 years in retail banking, Scott has worked independently and also as an associate since 2000. As someone who is passionate about brilliant customer service Scott brings real feeling to his training and coaching sessions.
Scott has published a number of articles on his experiences as an international trainer and coach. He has worked with many clients (eg, HMV, Waterstones, NatWest, Senate Electrical, Denmans Electrical, Software Europe, Bishop Grosseteste University, University of Lincoln, Avtura, Acton Training Centre, Hall & Partners, Johnson & Wales University (Miami), Costa Cruises, EDF, etc) in a diverse range of sectors, particularly retail, wholesaling and hospitality, but also encompassing finance, training, market research, vehicle repair, airline operations, software design and universities. Scott was the lead trainer for one of our largest projects to date, a training programme for 3,000 staff at UK Power Networks.