When

Tuesday, Febraury 29 2020

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM PDT
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Inland Empire Institute of Business and Technology 
7940 Cherry Ave.
Suite 201
Fontana, CA 92336
 

 
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6 Steps to Influence Your Customers to BUY

 

 

Without someone selling something, there is NO business. Trying to sell something without training, concept or methodology can negatively impact relationships and sales success. Learn the 6-step process to not only increase your sales but gain customers for life.

 

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Jeaneen Cockrell 

For over 20 years, Jeaneen Cockrell has been recognized as a top Sales Leader, helping groups like Eli Lilly, Aetna, Philip Morris and many others achieve breakthrough success. Based on her experience as a Vice President of Sales and Marketing Leader, Jeaneen knows exactly what it takes to overcome obstacles, achieve peak performance, and develop a champion’s mindset in business and in life.

Jeaneen teaches audiences that no matter what their goals are – gaining new customers, getting more from current customers , or even winning the employee softball championship – there are just a few factors that spell the difference between failure and success. Between coming up short and achieving goals that previously seemed out of reach, or even impossible,  she shows them exactly how to adopt these crucial practices to FIND THE WIN!

As a Sales Coach and Speaker, no one can match Jeaneen’s passion, and her ability to inspire organizations to adopt and operate by the Winning Every Sale principle. Her work with sales-focused companies has been instrumental in creating a culture of everybody sales in the workplace, and instilling a greater sense of accountability within each individual across a team.

What makes Jeaneen’s story so compelling? Her awe-inspiring message comes from her lifelong competitive nature, and the transformational moment when she was trapped beneath the iron of several train cars. She shares her unforgettable journey, and all of the opportunities and experiences that she embraced along the way, reminding groups that they don’t have to go through the tragedy she endured to start living to their fullest potential while increasing the bottom line.