salesmanship


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salesmanship

1. the technique, skill, or ability of selling
2. the work of a salesman
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Sharpen your salesmanship skills and improve your sales performance.
The appendix includes such valuable information as a "Winning Salesmanship Checklist.
Coats' salesmanship and business prowess put him on the fast track to the C-suite.
Intended for viewers grade 7 to adult, Careers in Interior Design offers a glimpse into the daily work of interior designers, who must apply creativity, aesthetic principles, and salesmanship skills to their jobs--to deliver just the right "look", mood or ambience to a customer's space.
Among the skills that will help keep workers marketable in the near term are self-motivation, time management, strong oral and written communication, relationship building, salesmanship, problem solving, information evaluation, and leadership.
These figures tell a complex story: of a sophisticated manufacturing process and equally sophisticated salesmanship, of fundamental changes in culture and tastes, of economic prosperity, and of a certain amount of fraud.
Long considered an art, salesmanship was a skill Harding business professors wanted to turn into a science.
Doesn't it smack too much of salesmanship for a technical presentation?
In the witty precedent of David Hammons's legendary Bliz-aard Ball Sale, 1983, for which the artist sold intricately formed snowballs on a Manhattan sidewalk, salesmanship joins craftsmanship as a form of both labor and artistic critique.
Thereafter, according to the July 31st Provo Daily Herald, he worked almost daily on badges, "changing the oil in the family car for a mechanics badge, working eight hours a day for three months for a salesmanship badge.