Certified Sales Coach

US University for Technology, Science and Arts – USSAT Asynchronous Diploma, is a graduate non-degree program intended to address student competencies of excellence locally and internationally, to provide a broadly educated student, through the provision of knowledge creation, skills and competencies based on academic, experimental and work experience.

Overview

A sales coach uses data to monitor individual rep performance to identify areas for improvement and reinforce behaviors that lead to success. They also develop coaching initiatives that build confidence in reps by providing them with the tools and skills they need to succeed.

Program Learning Outcomes

An international accredited qualification for professional development and career success showing you have substantial skills, competence and knowledge.

Candidate will learn how to:

  • Share your vision.
  • Learn each salesperson’s drivers.
  • Use incentives effectively.
  • Give personal rewards.
  • Seek and experiment with new coaching practices and resources.
  • Prepare and practice with multiple coaching scenarios.
  • Leverage your entire sales team.
  • Have the hard conversations.
  • Provide more positive than negative feedback

Program
The program is of a total of 1.2 CEU. The student should fullfil the requirements of all the courses required for the program:
*1 continuing education unit (CEU) = 10 contact hours

Fall Semester    Code
Coaching Salespeople    BM CSP 0129 A
Media and Public Relations    BM MPR 084 A
Motivating Your Sales Team    BM MST 085 A
Overcoming Sales Objections    BM OSO 086 A
Presentation Skills    BM PS 078 A
Comprehensive Exams     

To get enrolled, you've to be a member in USA-SD

Contact us

1100 West Town & Country Rd. # 1250 Orange, CA. 92868

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