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Prevention of late payments

After this module, the participants will be able to apply different techniques for the minimization of nonpayment risk by clients’ training, management of the employee’s behavior, recognition of markers for future late payments and taking proactive measures for prevention of these late payments before their occurrence.

The main topics are:

  • How to make good clients or what stands for a training in credit discipline?
  • “And what if I wouldn’t can pay?” or how to work with attitudes and consequences during the sales process?
  • Employee’s self-positioning during the sales process and the effects on the need for approval.
  • What is monitoring or how to communicate with clients with forthcoming payment?
  • What are the markers for an forthcoming late payment and what is the successful behavior?
Duration: 2:00 Hr
Price: € 18 Per participant

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In the description of each module, you will find detailed information. You can choose and add modules to your Workshop where you will see the total duration of the training and the standard price for a participant.

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