Write to Win Sales
Write to Win Sales®focuses on the documents that drive your sales process
As you learn The Six Steps to Reader-Centered Writing®, you will complete documents from your to-do list. You determine the focus based on your sales and marketing priorities. Below are some examples.
- prospecting letters
- follow-up e-mail
- cover e-mail
- executive summaries
- sales/marketing literature
- field communications
- boilerplate documents
- RFP responses
- formal proposals
Who should attend?
Who should attend?
- sales people
- marketing teams
- sales managers and executives
- customer-service representatives
- sales support teams
- writers of internal and customer sales materials
- people who communicate to the field
- proposal writers and editors
- sales trainers
- product managers
Blended learning and tools support ongoing development
Our standard program includes
- Individual coaching and Personal Learning Plan
- Books:Write to the Top®: Writing for Corporate Success(Random House) and theInstant-Answer Guide to Business Writingby Deborah Dumaine, founder of Better Communications®
- Better Communications’ workbook with additional exercises tailored to your needs
- Laminated tip card: The Six Steps to Reader-Centered Writing and theFocus Sheet™
- Reinforcement by E-mail™: 24 content-rich messages reviewing key tools and concepts.
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