It’s hard to suddenly start selling your consulting services or software when you’ve come from a corporate HR background. That’s why I’ve turned to sales expert, Rana Kordahi, for some sales advice for HR businesses.
Rana shared her sales advice for HR businesses, including:
- If Rana were starting out as a new HR consultant or a new HR tech startup, what would be her plan of attack to get new employer clients?
- Rana’s advice on how to actually approach a potential client that you’ve found online on LinkedIn?
- Thoughts on the best way for a consultant or startup founder to approach their former employers to get them as a client.
- If a consultant or startup founder gets a meeting with a potential new client, how to run the meeting.
- If the initial meeting with a potential new client goes well – they often then ask for a proposal. Rana’s advice.
- After a consultant has a very positive initial discussion with clients and receiving positive feedback, they don’t come back with an actual work assignment. Rana’s advice.
- Rana’s tips on interesting people, websites, tools, podcasts, or books that HR businesses should check out to grow faster.
You can find Rana’s details on her website here:
Also, these are the people Rana recommended you follow:
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Over to Rana . . .
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