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The 15 Minute Phone Call

Wednesday, September 13 | 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

ATB Entrepreneur Centre, Edmonton

The 15 Minute Phone Call 
Kim is called the Leading Sales Coach for a reason. When she was approached by this small business, they were struggling to make ends meet. In only one day we transformed their sales process and showed them how to triple their revenue. This session will breakdown the techniques used to make more effective phone calls and how you can immediately take these tips and grow your business today. This talk is a slightly modified version from the one Kim will be giving to Hubspot’s annual entrepreneurial event, Inbound, bringing in over 19,000 entrepreneurs from across North America.
About Kim Orlesky:
Two-time author, international speaker, podcast host, and The Leading Sales Coach for entrepreneurs and sales professionals. Kim was named Most Inspirational bloggers of 2015 by Success Magazine. She is named one of the most influential sales leaders by LeadFuze. Kim‘s experience to inspire more women to take action and ask for the sale has allowed her to be invited to speak at events featuring Brene Brown and Michelle Obama.
She is a contributing writer for Success.com and SalesPop!, and is asked to contribute to various publications in Calgary and across North America. Kim has been interviewed by amazing sales leaders including Grant Cardone and Jeffrey Gitomer, for her unique perspective on putting the relationship first in the sales cycle, which creates even bigger sales success.
After 9 years in corporate sales, Kim hit a pivotal moment in her life in 2014 when she decided to courageously do what she always wanted, even if that meant alone. Kim travelled 17 countries and 4 continents solo. Kim’s courageousness to quit her life and backpack solo around the world inspired her to use her mastery in sales to help sales professionals and entrepreneurs make communication shifts that lead to stronger relationships and more revenue.
When Kim is not coaching, recording new videos, and writing articles, she gives her time to charities such as the Calgary Drop In Centre and Feed The Hungry.

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