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Situational selling

Paul Hersey

Situational selling

by Paul Hersey

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Published by Center for Leadership Studies in [Escondido, CA] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Selling.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPaul Hersey.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF5438.25 .H47 1985
    The Physical Object
    Pagination169 p. :
    Number of Pages169
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2558426M
    ISBN 100931619009
    LC Control Number85072476

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    SPIN, the title of the book, is an acronym for the type of questions to ask: situational, problem, implication and need-payoff. These four categories were determined after interviewing thousands of salespersons around the country, and when practiced, understood, and applied correctly, these techniques will turn you into a better salesperson as. Transactional selling, consultative selling, and alliance selling are unique approaches that salespeople use depending on situational factors. This book will help you understand the new world of buyer-seller relationships and succeed in each sales situation. "synopsis" may belong to 4/5(1).


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Neil Rackham’s classic book, SPIN Selling, is a sales how-to book. By closely examining o sales calls, he shows a correlation between asking questions and the successful sale. He calls the model S.P.I.N. This acronym represents four different types of questions: Situational Questions (i.e.

"How old is this unit?"), Problem Questions 4/5. Leadership - Telling, Selling, Participating, Delegating. 13/6/ 0 Comments "The Strength Within - Influence is the Soul of Leadership" The definitive leadership style research comes from Paul Hersey and Kenneth Blanchard, which they set out in their Situational Leadership Model.

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During the mids, life cycle theory of leadership was renamed "Situational Leadership Theory.". The paradigm of situational leadership was developed in the ’s by management professor Paul Hersey at Ohio State University.

He later teamed up with Ken Blanchard, author of the best-selling book The One-Minute Manager, to outline the leadership style in their book, Management of Organizational theory is based in behavioral psychology, taking into account leadership.

Buy Situational Selling: An Approach for Increasing Sales Effectiveness by Paul Hersey, Francis G. Rodgers online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions. Develop your leadership skills with some of the best-selling business leadership books of our time.

Together, Ken Blanchard and his co-authors have sold more than 19 million copies in 27 languages. * Book shipments within the United States only. Please contact us. Paul Hersey () was a renowned educationalist, entrepreneur, trainer, consultant and a leading authority on management and situational of the best-known theories Hersey developed with Ken Blanchard is the Situational Leadership Model.

This approach (and the supporting model) links leadership effectiveness to practical (team)situations/5(10). If only you had a situational approach and dynamic sales tool to access any piece of information, on any product or service, under any condition – instantly.

Here is a list of 10 situational sales techniques clients have successfully used with their platform to be more effective in their presentation meetings.

SPIN Selling Questions. An interesting book I have found useful in my sales efforts is Neil Rackam's Spin Selling. In the book he outlines what questions to ask when to move prospects all the way through the buying process.

If you ask the wrong questions at the wrong stage the interaction will often stall. The Selling Power blog is dedicated to an exchange of sales management knowledge, and the NBA Champion Cleveland Cavaliers. Lance is the author of the best-selling book, Salespeople Need Strong Situational Awareness to Win.

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Situational Leadership. In last week’s post I explored three theories of leadership. My focus this week — Situational Leadership, from Paul Hersey and Kenneth Blanchard, — has been called by some the definitive leadership Hersey-Blanchard model focuses on practical leadership development: the attributes and styles of the followers.

We are all different. Situational Selling is a big part of the answer to reduce those frustrations and gaining the deeper understanding of the landscape your are selling into to continue to refine your overall sales structure and approach.

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If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website.To the purist (or the author with a book to sell) it may seem something of a hybrid or mongrel. And yes, there was even a book on "situational selling" dating back toalthough it now seems to be out of print.

A situational state of mind. Situational selling is a state of mind.