Sales Call Reluctance Testing


Sales Call Reluctance is a term used to describe a hesitation to make sales calls, either in person or over the phone. It can be a common challenge for sales professionals, as making sales calls can be intimidating or uncomfortable for some people.

Testing for Sales Call Reluctance can help identify any underlying issues or concerns contributing to an individual’s reluctance to make sales call. It can provide insight into how to overcome these challenges. For example, the Sales Call Reluctance test may help identify any specific fears or anxiety that an individual may have about making sales calls or may reveal any negative beliefs or thought patterns that may impact their performance.

Testing for Sales Call Reluctance can be helpful for individuals struggling to make sales calls effectively, as well as for organizations looking to improve their sales performance.

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Connie Kadansky

Connie Kadansky offers speaking, training, coaching and performance improvement services specifically addressing Sales Call Reluctance. She has a proven track record with diverse businesses, from entrepreneurs to Fortune 50 companies, nationally and internationally. She is a licensee of Behavioral Sciences Research Press (BSRP), the world leader in research and training in Sales Call Reluctance. Connie has facilitated more than 260 full-day programs and worked with hundreds of salespeople from diverse industries.