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Chad Wilson

Chad Wilson
As Vice President of Curriculum, Chad leads 2Win’s product strategy and development operations to ensure the training and coaching services enable our clients to execute within the changing landscape of B2B engagements. He specializes in helping technology companies clearly communicate the value of their products and services in a way that inspires prospects to convert and customers to renew. Chad is passionate about helping marquee companies accelerate the development of their top performers and makes it his personal mission to ensure every time we engage with a client that we model the best practices we teach, keep our coaching practical and relevant, and inspire participants to take action and make a difference with their clients and prospects.

Recent Posts

12 Tips for Home Office Success

[fa icon="calendar'] 04/01/2020 11:06 AM / by Chad Wilson posted in leadership, sales

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You’ve been directed to work from home. You’ve done it before but, now it will be for an extended time. In this blog, we’ll provide you quick and effective ways to have the right setup, tools, techniques to increase your effectiveness with team members, clients, and prospects. For client-facing roles, we will also provide tips for building momentum in the sales process that simply aren’t achievable in traditional, face-to-face encounters. Shockingly, you will learn how to become MORE productive than when you were in the office! The following are excerpts from our recently released video course, “HomeOffice2Win!

 

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“It’s Not Me, It’s You” — The Importance of Having an Adaptable Sales Pitch

[fa icon="calendar'] 12/19/2017 8:22 AM / by Chad Wilson

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There are effective, smart ways to carry people through the sales process, and there are ineffective “wrong” ways to try to get a win/close. But that doesn’t mean that the “right” ways will work 100% of the time.
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