Brad Huisken

Brad Huisken

Brad Huisken, President, IAS Training. Brad Huisken has been in sales since 1971. His experience and knowledge enabled him to author the book I’m a Salesman! Not a Ph.D. In addition he has developed the PMSA Relationship Selling Program, the Professional Sales Management Course, The Mystery Shoppers Kit, The Aptitude Test for new hires and The Proficiency Exam for current staff members. For more than twelve years he has been doing sales and management seminars all over North America. His company IAS Training, delivers public and private seminars and in-house consulting on both sales and sales management. In addition his company sells books, audio tapes and video tapes on these subjects. Brad uses practical methods, realistic strategies and usable techniques to help increase sales through providing exceptional customer service. Brad's specialty is in-house training and consulting. He works with both large and small retail companies installing sales management systems and training salespeople on sales, customer service and communication. The success of these projects is a direct result of the implementation of these systems and the unique follow-up given by IAS Training.

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Don’t let the pandemic economy cost you non-negotiable, standard practices
Brad Huisken joins Jim Blasingame to remind us that there are some practices that are fundamental and non-negotiable that will endure through the pandemic and beyond, and how to reestablish them now and going forward.
Preparing your sales staff for the next economy, not the last one
Brad Huisken joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the economy going forward will not be like the one we left a few months ago, including new customer expectations, and how to prepare your sales team for it.
The coronavirus harm to Main Street retailers
Brad Huisken joins Jim Blasingame to report on how bad the pandemic response has been to the entire retail sector, and how to get ready for whatever new regular is next.