The authors unveil research that identifies Mobilizers and provide a roadmap for how sales and marketing teams can find them, engage them with disruptive insight, and leverage them to drive consensus across the customer organization. Once you have identified the Mobilizers among your customers, almost any rep, with the right coaching, tools, and marketing support can start a chain reaction that leads to a whole organization getting on board with even the most provocative ideas.
"Two hours was all I could stand"
Conventional wisdom holds that to increase loyalty, companies must "delight" customers by exceeding service expectations. Some focus on dazzling them at the cost of neglecting to solve basic service problems - a big strategic mistake. Through extensive research and surveys, the authors have concluded that loyalty has much more to do with how well a company delivers on its basic promises than on how dazzling its service experience might be.
"Changes Your Perspective"
The Challenger Sale team are back, and this time they reveal something even more game changing: the highest-performing sales teams don't focus on friendly, attentive customers. They target challenger customers. Challenger customers are sceptical, less interested in meeting and indifferent. But they also have the persuasive skill and will to challenge their own organisations on your behalf and get the deal to the finish line.