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What is Sales Coaching?

A unique feature of Bridgeway Learning Systems' solutions is the Coaching and Follow-up programs we offer to help clients develop and retain a high level of proficiency in the skills we teach. It is in this coaching that helps form the habits necessary to consistently adopt and demonstrate new skills. Coaching is such a valued part of what we do here, we offer a FREE 15 minute sales coaching consultation on your first call! Just Click Here to schedule an appointment with Dave.

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Group or Individual Coaching

Implementation is the most important aspect of learning a new skill but can at times can be the most difficult, here at Bridgeway we don't want you to struggle on your own. Its a unique aspect of our sales training to provide either group or individual coaching as work through any number of our training programs. Click below to see how you can integrate Dave's vast knowledge into your training schedule. 

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Follow-up Coaching

We know that as an advisor your schedules are busy and as an executive ensuring that your team gets the most out of a workshops that you spend time and resources on is important. Performance training programs are only as good as the follow-up coaching and we make it a key element of every session we offer. Why struggle alone when you can excel with a experience and knowledgeable coach? And because our follow-up coaching can be done in person or over the phone, its easy to schedule a 30 minute session where ever it works best for you!

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Quick Fact

"Unfortunately, most training efforts fail to reach their objectives, in large part because of the absence of any kind of reinforcement or coaching.... Neil Rackham, conducted a study that indicated that post training, if there was no coaching or reinforcement activity, there was a drop-off of 87% of the knowledge acquired. That’s a waste of 87 cents on every dollar spent on formal development efforts."

- Scott Edinger, Forbes