Improv for Sales
Leave your script behind. And make them feel heard.
In the improv model of sales, the sales process is dynamic and evolving in real time. The salesperson must be active and present. The script will appear in the context of the conversation. And that conversation has never happened before and will never happen again. We will teach you the key improvisation skills that allow you to stay in the moment with a prospect and adapt to whatever they throw at you.
Use improv skills to:
- Land messages in the prospect’s language and match their priorities or fears.
- Use their mental model of the world to justify your product or service.
- Use the power of storytelling to establish rapport, communicate customer success stories, and show your product in action.
- Connect authentically as a human being and enjoy the process!
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Thanks for the workshop. All the feedback has been extremely positive! The team loved it!
We walked away with communication techniques that will stick with us for a lifetime.
The skills you taught them will give them a real competitive edge in the market place.
Inspiring and hugely relevant to how we work.
I’ve used the communication skills learned at Hoopla to attract over $3m in venture capital for my start-up. And had fun doing it!
A smash hit. The feedback has been really amazing.
Improv has helped me to truly listen to what my clients want, understand their problems and then effectively work with others on my team to deliver a concise and consistent message.
My work is about helping clients be more creative and uncover different possibilities and develop them - which improv has really helped with.
Improv has supported my listening and support work for people I represent.
Improv is a great release to just mess around while building on the communication skills, confidence and self esteem that help me in my day to day job.
Really useful for building self confidence and being able to communicate better with people who I was meeting for the first time.
Improv helped me have more faith in myself, particularly in meetings with clients or senior stakeholders. I have more confidence that whatever comes out of my mouth will make sense and be of value.
I think improv makes people kinder to others and themselves. It teaches you to listen, react and support and I think everyone could benefit from more of that individually and collectively.