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20. Hiring a Lab Sales Rep

This episode is for those of you who want to hire a first-class lab salesperson. What are the key qualities to look for? And how important is experience vs. inner abilities for a field rep? Hiring the right person is super important, and getting the wrong person can be very costly. Here’s Peter to help us out. Originally published July 2009.

16. Decisions, Decisions

This episode is for all of you who are tired of hearing prospects say: “We’re happy with our lab. No, you can’t see the doctor—he’s seeing patients. Maybe another time.” Peter dissects the psychology of how customers make decisions, and what’s going on in their heads when they say no. And what has to happen to get to a yes? Originally published June 2011.

15. Client Relationship Management

This episode is all about managing client relationships through the sale and beyond. Peter introduces the six steps in the relational staircase and shows what it takes to move from knowing your name to having a valuable relationship. Then Peter talks about the role that expectations play in maintaining relationships that keep customers coming back for more. Originally published October 2009.