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salesperson

See sales associate.

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The second step in the engineering of SCI calls for the salesperson to be cognizant of customer expectations regarding the interpersonal response to their emotions.
Brian Schrader was the salesperson in this transaction.
The girl broke into tears and rushed immediately to her mother to tell her that she had been molested by the salesperson.
Recent research has discussed that the sales interaction starts at the moment when a salesperson initiates communication with a potential customer (Cicala et al.
The next time you find yourself wishing for another top salesperson, take a moment to stop and think about it.
You want to be a salesperson, but you want to communicate with people over email because you are more comfortable when you have time to carefully consider every word, making every communication just right.
Salespersons can also pressure you to accept an urgent inspection of your water heater or HVAC system, and sign a contract with them on the spot.
In sales management, a mentor isn't simply a caring individual to whom a salesperson can go with questions or problems to be worked out.
It gives the salesperson evidence of prior successful work to use in negotiations for bigger projects.
The answers to these questions will give you insight into whether your potential salesperson has the self-discipline to succeed in sales, because prospecting--making those calls--is critical.
Therefore, the performing of guanxi behavior is beneficial to both the firms and the salesperson him- or herself (Lee & Dawes, 2005), ultimately leading to salesperson-owned loyalty.
On the other hand, a salesperson who acts more like a physician has an advantage.