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Our aim is to help athletes promote themselves effectively and earn what they are worth beyond the track, field or pool. The world of corporate sponsorship is very different from elite sports and although most athletes take to it quickly, they have to learn new skills such as effective self-promotion, how to access corporations and negotiate with a strong sense of their own value.
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Wayne Besant, former Head Small to Medium Business (NZ)
Barrett has provided sales training and coaching around the Earning What You Are Worth program to some 85 frontline Managers with Small to Medium Business (SMB) in New Zealand.  The program has assisted our business develop a sales call program which has effectively lifted our business performnce around new customer growth.  Sue's style and personal commitment to our business has made a very positive impact on our business and greatly enhanced the skills of our Relationship management team. The program has effectively been around change management.  A direct focus on call reluctance, call programs, prospecting, seeking referrals are all necessary components for any business that has a sales culture.  Sue has directly influenced this development within SMB.  I would recommend Earning What You Are Worth to any business wanting to develop a sustainable sales culture within their salesforce
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