The

Power of Video in Sales Training

Communications

Video is becoming more and more important in training classes because sales are moving so quickly these days. Video is a dynamic and effective way to share knowledge, teach winning methods, and show how to deal with objections, whether your team is in the same room or remote.


Studies have shown that people remember 95% of a message when they see it on video, but only 10% when they read it (Biteable). This means that video training is a good way for people to learn these days. Because of this, video is an important tool for sales managers to have because it makes sure that training not only sticks but also gets people's attention.

Adapting to New Sales Approaches in Pharma


The pharmaceutical business is a good example of how sales techniques are changing, especially when it comes to how sales reps talk to doctors. To meet the growing demand for personalized and powerful exchanges, methods that use technology and personalization are replacing the old way of detailing. Videos can play out these situations and give sales reps realistic, useful information they can use in their conversations.


Strengthening Team Communication Through Video

Communicating via video allows teams to maintain a personal connection, even when they are not physically together.

This can be very important for making sure that everyone on the team is on the same page with its goals and plans and for building a cohesive team dynamic. Video also makes it easy to send consistent messages, which makes sure that everyone on the team gets the same training and information. This is especially helpful in fields like drugs where things change quickly.

The use of video in sales training has many benefits, including improved retention and learning as well as a more adaptable and interesting method of continuing education. You can depend on Mike Savino Film/Video to assist you with efficient communication. In order to foster high-performing sales teams going ahead, video integration into sales training will remain a crucial component.

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