The Top 4 Tips for Overcoming Objections

It can happen at various points throughout the sales process:  you’ll be presented with some sort of an objection. How do you confidently handle objections and navigate pushback from your prospective clients in order to land the sale or opportunity? This is a topic that Lisa Peskin, CEO of Business Development University, certainly knows plenty about, and she recently spoke … Read More

Heather Herrington, Esq. Joins the BDU Team

Business Development University (BDU) is pleased to announce the addition of Heather Herrington, Esq. to the BDU team as a Professional Services Coach and Trainer. Prior to working at BDU, Herrington was a practicing attorney for 12 years. She’s an avid networker and connector who has held leadership roles on the boards of both industry and non-industry organizations. Throughout her … Read More

The Six Questions You Need To Ask Yourself This Month

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December is a great time to reflect on your past year and plan for success in the year ahead. At BDU, we take a “triage approach” to business development. This process helps individuals and companies determine the three areas that, if approved upon, will have the biggest impact on performance. Here are six questions to ask yourself to help you find your “triage … Read More

Lisa Peskin Interview on WNJC 1360 AM

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Our CEO, Lisa Peskin, appeared on WNJC 1360 AM on Thursday, June 23, as part of Brian C. Greenberg’s the “Greenberg News Show.” Peskin was brought onto Greenberg’s show to highlight women who have broken through glass ceilings in their careers and industries. Her growth personally and with Business Development University, through what Greenberg termed ‘cutting edge’ business strategy and … Read More

Decision-Maker or Not Decision-Maker?

One of the biggest challenges that a sales person faces is reaching the right decision makers within the companies they are prospecting.  It is often times very easy to set appointments with low level, non-decision makers within organizations; so we set those appointments because it feels productive.  Often, these people represent themselves as a decision maker when in actuality they … Read More

‘Tis the Season…to Evaluate Your Sales Activities

The holidays are truly a time to appreciate the company of good friends, family and loved ones.  But between all the eggnog and cookie tins, it’s easy to forget that the New Year is also a wonderful time to reflect on the past year professionally. It is a time to review your progress on last year’s goals and to set new … Read More

The Ups and the Downs of Sales

The sales profession is a wonderful one, if you can deal with the psychological aspect of dealing with the constant pressure and the ups and downs of sales. For those of you who know what I mean and have experienced those peaks and valleys, I have great news – There is a way to avoid the lows. It took me … Read More

5 Tips for Becoming a Sales Leader

As a sales manager you have a one-line job description: make your sales team successful. Sound easy? Actually, this can be a company’s biggest challenge.  In order to be a good manager you need to be a great leader, but how does that happen? Often when managers “try” to lead they fail because they haven’t yet built trust within their … Read More

Happy Thanksgiving!

Not a day goes by that we don’t appreciate our team and our clients too, It’s a shame it takes Thanksgiving for us to thank each and everyone of you. And to thank you for your business may seem so very cliché, But without your trust and commitment we wouldn’t be here today. We couldn’t be more grateful or thankful … Read More