Emotional Intelligence In Sales

The Secret Sauce For Customer Connection


Skill Enhancement

Develop empathy, self-awareness, and communication skills to build strong customer relationships.

Real Life Impact

Gain lasting behavior change and practical skills from a course with 40 years of proven success.

Build Trust

Enhance rapport and trust, in your relationships by focusing on empathetic and effective communication.

Refine your communication skills by learning to harness your emotional intelligence with one of the UK's most acclaimed management training courses.

Why Choose This Training?

More Than Just A Course Of Lectures

What gets in the way of developing and holding on to new communication skills are old habits of thinking and speaking. Even if the advice is very good the reason why it rarely sticks are the mental habits people inevitably revert to, especially under pressure.

Unlearning those old habits and internalising a more effective and lasting approach to communication needs more than a short course of lectures on how to do it.

What Makes This Training Stand Out?

What makes this training stand out is the exceptional support through one-to-one coaching sessions and continuous feedback. Changing behaviour is not an easy task as old habits are hard to break.

With a 40-year track record we can help you cultivate practical skills, and build your confidence to so you can successfully navigate real-world challenges, ensuring lasting behavioural improvements.


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Course Summary

Training Objectives

This course is designed to help you develop the emotional intelligence skills that will help you build rapport and trust with clients, communicate effectively and actively listen, and manage emotions and stress. By using empathy, active listening, and adapting communication styles to meet the needs of different customers, salespeople can form deeper connections and increase their chances of closing deals. Mindfulness practices and self-care techniques can help manage the stress that comes with the job and perform at your best.

Develop Your Emotional Intelligence

You will learn a set of powerful emotional intelligence communication techniques so that you can manage difficult conversations, handle challenging situations, build relationships and set firm boundaries.

Transferable Skills

The goal of this training is to equip you with the tools they need to build strong, lasting relationships in your professional life, although because these skills are so transferable many clients report vast improvements in their personal relationships as well.

Develop Skills

This is a skills development rather than just a theoretical programme, so the emphasis throughout will be on you taking turn after turn, practising your skills, while receiving feedback and coaching about your effect on others.

Repeated Practice and Feedback

In your coaching sessions you will be helped to practise dealing with the kinds of situation you find challenging, again and again, until you are confident you can do it successfully.

Video Analysis

We'll combine practical, hands-on experience with video replay and analysis and discussion of the principles involved to help you gain both skills and understanding. Special attention is paid to your individual training needs, so you can practise your skills in real-life situations that you have to handle at work.

Sustained Change

That's why as well as your place in a small group, this training includes a generous amount of private and confidential one-to-one coaching sessions online, spread over several months, ensuring an exceptional level of support. This will ensure the changes you make are sustained over a longer period of time and any obstacles are overcome. Choose between online training available worldwide, or in-person face-to-face courses in the UK.

Course Dates and Price

For a list of upcoming course dates (for online coaching and face-to-face training), the locations of the next 3-day public courses in the UK and pricing Click here.

Free Initial Session

This initial coaching session serves as an introduction to the "Skills with People" course, allowing you to understand the course's relevance and effectiveness for your specific needs before committing to it.

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What Does Emotional Intelligence Have To Do With Selling?

Selling isn't for the faint-hearted. With the need to engage and close clients, salespeople are increasingly relying on their emotional intelligence (EQ) skills to excel in their jobs.

Emotional Intelligence, or EQ, is the ability to recognise and manage both one’s own emotions and those of others, enabling salespeople to identify a customer's needs beyond what they can physically see.

Studies suggest that individuals with high emotional intelligence are more likely to be successful in their sales careers.

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Assertiveness, Listening Skills & Emotional Intelligence Training

Understanding Emotional Intelligence (EQ) And Its Importance In Sales

EQ (or EI) is essential for sales success and involves the ability to interpret and control both one’s own thoughts, feelings and emotions, as well as those of customers, which can help build lasting relationships.

What Is Emotional Intelligence?

Emotional Intelligence (EQ) refers to the ability to identify, understand, and manage one's own emotions, as well as those of others. It is composed of five components:

  • self-awareness,
  • interpersonal relationships,
  • communication skills,
  • emotional regulation
  • social intelligence.

Salespeople with high emotional intelligence are able to better respond and adapt to changing situations in order to build rapport with clients more quickly and effectively. This can result in higher close rates for sales deals.

For example, a salesperson with high emotional intelligence may recognise when a client is becoming more uncomfortable by reading body language cues or vocal inflection changes that suggest discomfort or apprehension about the terms being discussed.

With this knowledge about the current emotional state of their client in mind, the sales rep can adjust their approach accordingly so that they might be able to make more sales and continue negotiations fruitfully by addressing any concerns expressed before them rather than coming across too strong due to an inability understand subtle shifts between verbal and nonverbal communication.

The Role Of Emotional Intelligence In Sales

The importance of emotional intelligence (EI or EQ) in successful sales teams is big. Emotional intelligence is a key factor in boosting sales performance, managing emotions and stress, building rapport and trust with clients, communicating effectively with customers, as well as forging strong interpersonal relationships between team members.

Having high levels of emotional intelligence will also empower employees to recognise signs that indicate a client’s dissatisfaction or unhappiness. This same social awareness can help salespeople address problems proactively rather than waiting for them to become overwhelming issues down the line.

Moreover, having a powerful emotional intelligence training framework will enable sales representatives to;-

  • negotiate contracts more skilfully;
  • handle objections without offending clients, deal successfully with difficult ones
  • support team dynamics
  • remain resilient after rejections or losses
  • demonstrate positivity even under pressure

All these are attributes that are crucial for top performance within a business environment. Therefore it’s safe say that emotional intelligence helps to advances any salesperson’s ability significantly increase productivity, boost job satisfaction levels among employees so that everyone thrives on the same page moving forward collectively towards guaranteed success!

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Benefits Of Emotional Intelligence for Sales Reps

Exploring the benefits of emotional intelligence in sales can lead to powerful strategies and improved skills.

Building Rapport And Trust With Clients

In the sales industry, developing strong relationships with clients is key to success as it allows salespeople to understand the needs and concerns of their customers better. Building rapport is an integral part of any successful sales relationship, as this allows clients to feel heard, understood, and valued by the salesperson.

To build lasting trust between client and seller, emotional intelligence plays a huge role in making this connection. Using empathy in sales helps professionals make meaningful connections with their prospects or customers quickly by understanding their needs and demonstrating genuine care for them.

Emotional intelligence also equips sales people to anticipate potential customer objections based on psychological insight into how clients think. It can help reduce stress during difficult sales conversations or negotiations so that they remain level-headed while staying responsive at all times.

Salespeople who demonstrate self-awareness are able to assess their own strengths and weaknesses objectively which gives them clarity on why certain approaches may (or may not) be beneficial during certain situations.

  • Active listening improves communication skills immensely allowing sellers to hear out what a customer values most about a product or service.
  • Resilience helps identify where improvements are necessary, maintaining flexibility enables adapting strategies when required.
  • Exhibiting positivity throughout establishes greater chances of closing deals faster too!

All these traits show potential customers that your business considers its employees reliable enough for managing tough scenarios well thus encouraging deeper levels of trust from prospective buyers ultimately resulting in loyalty building long term relations.

Communicating Effectively And Actively Listening

Having strong communication and listening skills is essential for any successful salesperson. Communication involves expressing thoughts, ideas, messages and information through speaking, writing or body language to others.

Active listening requires having an open mind when engaging in conversation with customers. When you truly pay attention to what the customer is saying without interruption, it helps form meaningful relationships with them.

It is important for salespeople to connect on a deeper level. Demonstrating genuine interest and understanding of their own feelings, by being present in the moment and actively reflecting on the words being said.  To do this successfully requires emotional intelligence.

High EQ allows a salesperson to assess customer emotions accurately while empathizsng genuinely with them. This can help build trust between customer-salesperson interactions which consequently increases the chances of closing deals more effectively.

Emotionally intelligent people can adapt their communication style according to different customer needs or situations, making sure that they are aware of potential nonverbal reactions such as body language so as not appear insincere or uninterested during conversations.

By taking these extra steps into consideration, you can learn to cultivate increased levels of comfort for both sides, leading to improved outcomes. If are better at customising your approach in line with negotiation styles the other person prefers.

Managing Emotions And Stress

Sales often come with high levels of stress due to the need to actively pursue leads, respond quickly to customer questions, and meet tight deadlines. To perform at their best in this demanding environment, sales professionals must have a good handle on managing emotions and stress.

Highly effective salespeople use various techniques such as mindfulness practices to reduce negative emotions like fear or overwhelm that can sometimes arise during negotiations or interactions with difficult customers.

Practicing time management also helps ensure more efficient goal-setting and better self regulation and organisation throughout the day are both important elements for preventing stress accumulation from occurring over the course of work activities.

Taking some dedicated time each day for self-care can be invaluable for reducing overall stress levels, whether it’s a few minutes spent doing yoga or listening music after hours.

A great example is a past client who was able close multiple multi-million dollar deals by having an advanced understanding of his customer’s needs while remaining calm under pressure. He credits taking regular breaks throughout his workdays and utilising mindfulness exercises while he works. He is happy to do this whenever needed as he says it allows him stay focused, even when faced with challenging clients or tough contracts. He puts much of his personal and professional success is down to his ability to manage his self-care.

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Traits Of Salespeople With High Emotional Intelligence

Traits of salespeople with high emotional intelligence include empathy, emotional self-control, adaptability, active listening, and a positive attitude. All of which can equip salespeople with the necessary tools to build meaningful relationships with prospects and achieve success in their sales career.


Empathy is an essential aspect of emotional intelligence in sales and plays a critical role in building strong relationships with clients. It involves the ability to put oneself into other’s shoes, to read between the lines, interpret nonverbal communication and understand customer needs on a deeper level.

This matters because when customers feel their needs are understood and taken seriously, they tend to trust the salesperson more readily. Being able to sense how a customer feels allows for tailored solutions that satisfy them through genuine understanding of their perspective.

It also requires active listening skills which is often overlooked or undervalued by many salespeople but makes all the difference in recognising customer cues and providing value-based solutions that address customer interests at every stage of their journey.

A key way to demonstrate empathy as part of your selling process is simply asking good questions which show you have been listening attentively while allowing customers to unpack potential problems they may need help solving.

Another good way is to make a guess at their underlying emotional state, and then finding a diplomatic way to offer it to them. With a bit of skill and practice this technique can work like magic. People open right up. Many people can’t help themselves, because they feel so comfortable being understood at an emotional level. If this interests you, we can teach you how to develop this powerful communication skill.

Emotional Self-control

Emotional self-control is a critical component for successful salespeople, as it helps them regulate their emotions and prevent negative feelings from negatively impacting the clients they serve.

Being able to manage stress, remain resilient in difficult situations, or simply stay composed when faced with customer objections are essential traits of a highly emotional intelligent salesperson.

One key example of emotional self-control being utilised by an effective salesperson is another client’s experience during a heated negotiation regarding crucial agreement terms. By allowing the other party to vent out some frustration before gently but firmly pointing although lashing was understandable, because the situation was so frustrating, he would prefer to make sure each side had equal representation. This allowed him to diffuse the situation and close the deal successfully.

Experiences like these have proven time again that having good emotional intelligence skills can be extremely beneficial for building relationships with customers based on respect and trust instead of aggressive tactics or manipulation.


Adaptability is a crucial trait for salespeople with high emotional intelligence. Being adaptable allows sales professionals to adjust their words, tone of voice and attitude based on the customer’s emotions, helping them build an effective rapport and positive relationships.

For instance, when dealing with difficult customers, those who possess high emotional intelligence will be able to recognise customer behaviour patterns and address requests appropriately instead of becoming overwhelmed or arguing needlessly.

Adapting quickly when faced with unexpected changes can also help salespersons display aptness by deducing what solutions would best suit customer needs as well as close deals faster without compromising outcomes.

Active Listening

Active listening is a key and valuable skill, for any salesperson, as it allows them to take in the words being expressed and maintain an understanding of what their customer truly needs.

It is essential for building rapport and trust with clients by showing that the salesperson has taken the time to really understand their needs, values and goals.

Salespeople with strong active listening skills can use this technique to gain insights into customer inquiries or objections, allowing them to better address specific customer problems or concerns before they become larger issues.

Active listening provides valuable feedback that can help inform further sales conversations based on customers' previous responses as well as gauge where improvements need to be made if needed.

In order for successful selling experiences, it’s important for those working in sales roles have effective interpersonal skills rooted in emotional intelligence. Through developing the ability to actively listen, intentionally, hearing ideas without judgment, you can foster long-term relationship building efforts which are vital when establishing contacts within an industry or business network.

Positive Attitude

A positive attitude is key when it comes to achieving success in sales. Having a “glass-half-full” approach to work helps salespeople manage stress, stay resilient, and express optimism in customer interactions to build rapport and trust.

It boosts creativity too. Research shows that there is a positive relation between creative selling behaviour, job satisfaction and increased customer understanding among successful sales reps.

A positive mindset also allows them to develop the traits of emotionally intelligence, such as empathy for customers and emotional self control when faced with challenging situation.

These important skills play a huge role in personal and professional success in building healthy relationships with clients while staying focused on solving their problems through offering tailored solutions.

Salespeople can demonstrate this by listening actively, responding positively during negotiations, empathically addressing objections without getting overwhelmed which will increase sales reps' chances of closing the sale successfully and through sales experience gain customer loyalty.


Resilience is an important trait for salespeople with high emotional intelligence (EQ). It enables them to persist in the face of adversity, handle rejections and setbacks, maintain a positive attitude in challenging situations, and bounce back from failure.

Research has also found that resilience is related to success in selling. In fact, it can be seen as one of the most critical traits that underpins high EQ salespeople, and its ability to help salespeople perform better.

For instance, having higher levels of resilience gives people the strength to not react negatively when faced with hostile clients or stressful deadlines. This allows them to remain composed even when their team dynamics are disrupted or communication breaks down between themselves and their customers.

When it comes to achieving top performance in the sales process, too much stress can hinder what could have been achieved without it. However being resilient helps manage that effectively by providing psychological stability so that constructive decisions can be made quickly leading potential sale close easily over negative reactions after multiple rejections during a single conversation.

By integrating these practices into your daily routine you’ll see improved relationships with clients due largely because they trust you more.

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Developing Emotional Intelligence In a Sales Team

To increase emotional intelligence levels in sales, professionals can look to improve self-awareness and reflection, practice empathy and understanding, be flexible when different situations arise, and seek feedback for continuous learning.

Enhancing Self-awareness And Reflection

Self-awareness and self-reflection are essential elements to effective emotional intelligence training, especially in sales. Salespeople must have an understanding of their own emotions so they can remain open minded when interacting with potential customers.

For example, sales reps need to be conscious of their own body language as well as that of the person they are dealing with. This could involve anything from shyness due to lack of strong social skills on either side or abruptness because one party is trying harder than the other.

Active listening and being mindful can help salespeople catch subtle cues that might otherwise go undetected without proper self-understanding and attention.

Practicing Empathy And Understanding

Emotional intelligence is essential in sales and enables sales reps to to build meaningful relationships with their customers. One important aspect of emotional intelligence is empathy. This is the ability to understand and appreciate another's feelings, emotions and perspectives.

Establishing an empathetic connection can help salespeople better identify customer needs and differentiate their offering from competitors.

By putting oneself in the customer’s shoes, listening actively, being patient with others, showing understanding for different perspectives, responding appropriately to negative or control emotions in challenging situations, and tailoring communication according to individual preferences are key strategies for displaying good empathy skills.

Salespeople must also be aware of non-verbal cues such as body language which could tell them a lot about how their customers may be feeling or thinking during interactions.

Asking open-ended questions that allow customers to communicate honestly will help salespeople collect valuable information while building trust between both parties at the same time. Plus it allows them more insight when presenting solutions tailored specifically around customer needs, which can greatly increase close rates.

Adapting To Different Situations And Being Flexible

Adaptability and flexibility are two useful skills in sales which require the ability to read, understand and respond appropriately to the needs of different clients.

A study published by the American Psychological Association shows that EQ is positively related to sales performance - especially for high performing sales professionals.

This means those individuals who can adjust their style and adapt accordingly have an edge over those without emotional intelligence when it comes to closing deals or building strong relationships with customers.

An example of successful application of emotional intelligence would be another client who excelled at negotiation by understanding customer needs and challenges before recommending suitable solutions instead of pitching generic services or products.

Seeking Feedback And Continuous Learning

Seeking feedback and continuous learning are essential for developing emotional intelligence in your sales teams. Seeking out feedback from colleagues, managers, sales leaders, and customers can help to identify areas of improvement and new opportunities.

It also enables self-reflection which allows individuals to recognise their strengths as well as areas that need additional focus or development. Taking the feedback they receive and turning it into actionable steps is a critical step for improving emotional intelligence skills.

Continuous learning activities such the coaching and workshops we provide can supplement personal life experience with relevant information on how to further develop emotional intelligence skills.

For example, our clients who have used our emotional intelligence (EQ) training have managed to dramatically increase their success rates. Mastering an understanding of one's own self regulation and emotions, building empathy towards customers, cultivating active listening techniques can all be honed through our programs. We focus specifically on these topics.

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Implementing Emotional Intelligence In Sales

Examples Of Successful Strategies

Emotional intelligence can be applied to negotiating contracts, handling objections, managing difficult customers and team dynamics, demonstrating empathy and understanding as well as building trust with clients through active listening.

Handling Objections And Negotiating Contracts

Handling objections is an important part of any successful salesperson’s repertoire and high emotional quotient (EQ) can be a tremendous asset in these situations. High emotionally intelligent salespeople understand it takes both knowledge of the product and skilful communication to secure a favourable deal.

To do this, you need to use persuasive tactics like active listening and embodying empathy by being able to put themselves in their customer’s shoes to be successful.

You need to be acutely aware of your own emotions so that you don't let frustration get the best of you during difficult negotiations and take stock when emotions begin to run high on either side, which helps keeps things constructive.

Salespeople with strong emotional intelligence also tend to excel in contract negotiations. When making deals that respect customer needs, they can adopt strategies that are more likely to work, often coming up with win-win solutions that satisfy personal and professional goals, while successfully navigating potential pitfalls along the way.

With all these techniques combined together, they set the stage for improved outcomes, because having excellent interpersonal skills puts them at an advantage over competitors who lack much needed soft skills like understanding feelings, and being able to figure out where their clients are coming from.

Dealing With Difficult Customers And Managing Team Dynamics

Sales professionals who have both hard skills and a strong understanding of emotional intelligence are better equipped to handle difficult customers and manage team dynamics.

Understanding both the customer’s perspective and their needs, as well as being sensitive to their feeling states puts salespeople in a much stronger position to navigate challenging situations.

For example, when faced with an irate customer or conflicting opinions between teammates it can be easy for emotions to flare up without any resolution in sight. In this case an emotionally intelligent salesperson would practice active listening first, allowing the client to share their thoughts until they feel heard without interruption or judgement.

They might then redirect discussions back on track by pointing out how everyone's goals align - emphasising common ground rather than taking sides when resolving disputes.

Demonstrating Empathy And Understanding

Demonstrating empathy and understanding when interacting with clients is a crucial part of being successful in sales for two reasons. Firstly, it helps build trust and rapport which leads to more positive outcomes for both parties involved.

Secondly, showing empathy and understanding can help to de-escalate difficult situations, increase customer satisfaction, facilitate agreement on specific details or negotiations, and ultimately lead to increased sales.

The ability of a salesperson to demonstrate genuine empathy begins with active listening during customer interactions. Active listening involves;-

  • paying attention while another person speaks while also maintaining eye contact,
  • asking open ended questions that allow better insight into the other’s thoughts or feelings rather than closed ones which limit conversation topics,
  • staying focused on the conversation by keeping remarks relevant and verbally acknowledging your participants statements are all essential elements in demonstrating effective communication skills as well as good intentions that often bring customers around to their side,
  • summarising what has been discussed so far reinforces attention about what was actually touched upon versus any misunderstandings due possible discrepancies between how people interpret certain conversations differently from one another.

These same skills don’t just apply when dealing with customers.  They can also play a part in team dynamics. They are helpful for finding resolution more quickly when there are disagreements with colleagues, or when needing to manage upwards more successfully.

Building Trust And Rapport With Clients

Emotional intelligence is essential in sales. It allows salespeople to make meaningful connections with potential and existing clients, build trust, and help bring more commitment.

The ability to understand people's emotions and establish a connection through empathy is one of the most important components of emotional intelligence when it comes to developing relationships with customers.

Empathy plays an integral part in building trust between a salesperson and his or her customer. By showing that you understand where your client is coming from, their needs, fears, doubts you can reassure them that their very own feelings and concerns matter to you. It also creates space for further dialogue about solutions for specific products/services or for problem-solving purposes.

Actively listening helps build this rapport better by allowing both parties to identify areas of agreement on topics discussed as well as effectively recognise where each stands on certain matters pertaining to the conversation at hand (Daniel Goleman’s five components play key roles here).

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Measuring And Improving EI In Sales

To further sales effectiveness and ensure successful sales performance, it is essential to track and measure emotional intelligence in order to identify strengths and weaknesses.

Using Emotional Intelligence Assessments And Tools

Salespeople must have a good understanding of emotional intelligence in order to excel in their career. Emotional intelligence assessments and tools are a good way for salespeople to measure, develop, and improve their emotional competencies.

These assessments can help identify areas for improvement or strengths that can be leveraged when dealing with clients.

Using such assessments enables people to increase their confidence in handling emotions successfully during potentially difficult situations like negotiations or closing sales.

Additionally, it allows them an opportunity to reflect on how they use emotional information from customer conversations to shape future interactions positively, as well as understand how they respond emotionally under stress while selling products or services.

By getting meaningful feedback from peers through team exercises using simulations also shows which areas need further development among sales teams.

Conducting Role Plays And Simulations

Role plays and simulations are powerful tools for developing emotional intelligence in sales. By immersing themselves into a simulated environment, salespeople can gain insight into the customer experience, better understand their needs, practice active listening and empathy, develop communication skills and become more confident in customer interactions.

For example, role playing scenarios requires participants to take turn playing different characters while they take on roles such as customers or stakeholders to practice how to respond to objections or questions.

Through simulations of real-life sales calls, sales conversation, scenarios and customer interactions which can be conducted by our experienced trainer using video analysis, sales professionals hone their interpersonal skills even further so that they feel well prepared when engaging with clients.

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Emotional Intelligence in Selling FAQs

1. What is emotional intelligence in sales?

Emotional Intelligence in Sales refers to the capacity of sales reps to recognise their own emotions, accurately interpret and respond effectively to those of customers, and use emotional cues like body language or tone of voice to better understand customer needs and enhance client relationships.

2. How can I develop my emotional intelligence for sales?

To increase your emotional intelligence for sales, practice self-awareness by taking time daily to assess what feelings you're experiencing throughout the day. Active listening skills (with eye contact) while responding thoughtfully with relevant questions allow you be more engaged with customers on a deeper level.

3. What are some examples of using emotion in the selling process?

Salespeople need to use subtle clues such as facial expressions or gestures when talking with prospects, so they can pick up on whether their product might not fit certain buyers' needs or if they may simply want more information before committing.  Most importantly - actively searching for underlying frustration or pain points from within conversations gives insight into sales conversations, finding tweaks that make all difference between converting leads and losing out deals continuously - thus creating trust through empathy & honestly being part actor/part seller essential overall buyer experience.

4 .What benefits come from having high levels of emotional intelligence in sales?

Selling becomes easier when working off an emotionally intelligent approach since its focus lies in understanding customer’s wants rather than pushing products onto them for short term gains. This improves sales effectiveness, customer satisfaction rates, and can create lasting partnerships which eventually lead too higher repeat & referral rates over long run. This is much more successful than pitches relying solely based upon metrics & logic.

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