ACCJ Chubu BPC Presents: Immediate and Sustaining Ways to Create a More Effective Sales Force

In today’s global economic climate, sales organizations of all kinds face increasing pressure to outsell and out-manage the competition. Though many sales teams can wind up taking a more ad hoc approach in their selling strategies based on trial and error, the key lies in setting a foundation that fosters individual development, the highest standards of sales professionalism and continuous growth.

Ziya Muhamedcani MBA is the lead trainer and president of Sales Institute Japan (SIJKK) and has been training sales teams at multinational corporations from the top down for more than two decades. Having delivered over 500 classroom training sessions, conducted 1500+ field training sessions and coached/trained in excess of 5000 sales and marketing personnel, Ziya, who is fluent in English and Japanese, is now a leading authority on creating sales force effectiveness and on building the systems, procedures and training methods required to surmount rising obstacles and thrive in the global market.

Come join us at the American Chamber of Commerce in Nagoya on September 13, 2012 for an informative and interactive session on steps organizations can take, both now and in the future, to create and sustain a more effective sales force. Covering a range of relevant topics from the most common mistakes hindering sales teams to the qualities of an elite sales manager, Ziya will charismatically and energetically relay his experiences, tactics, sales training tips and more while fielding questions from the audience.






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