YouGov survey findings hail listening skills as a key sales trait

Sales traits – YouGov survey

A recent study by Huthwaite International reveals that decision-makers think listening skills are essential to being a successful sales person however do not see asking questions as a very important sales trait.

The research, conducted through the national YouGov survey of business decision-makers, showed that while 73 per cent of respondents consider good listening skills as important, only 22 per cent think being inquisitive is a key sales trait.

Covered in a number of publications read further initial findings from the survey in an article in which Tony also shares his thoughts on the research.

Read the full findings below.

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