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Selling Change by Brett Clay Named Best Sales Book of 2011

Axiom Business Book Awards announced that Selling Change, 101+ Secrets for Growing Sales by Leading Change, by Brett Clay won the Gold Medal in the sales category, naming it the “Best Sales Book of 2011.” Awards director, Jim Barnes, said “Selling Change is the go-to handbook of leadership in this decade.”

Axiom Business Book Awards Best Sales Book of 2011

Bellevue, WA (Vocus/PRWEB) March 25, 2011

Adding to a growing list of accolades, Axiom Business Book Awards announced that Selling Change, 101+ Secrets for Growing Sales by Leading Change by Brett Clay won the Gold Medal Award in the sales category, naming it the “Best Sales Book of 2011.” In separate news, ForeWord Reviews named ‘Selling Change’ a finalist in the Business and Economics category of its 2010 Book of the Year Awards. Final ForeWord Reviews winners will be announced at the American Library Association conference in June, 2011.
Selling Change

Awards for ‘Selling Change’:

 
Best Sales Book of 2011” – Axiom Business Book Awards
Best Business Book of 2010” – Independent Publisher Book Awards
Best Sales Book of 2010” – USA Book News
Finalist—“Best Business and Economics Book of 2010” – ForeWord Reviews
Finalist—“Best Management and Leadership Book of 2010” – USA Book News
Finalist—“Best Business Book of 2010” – Next Generation Indie Book Awards
Finalist—“Best Business Book of 2010” – National Indie Excellence Book Awards

 

Praise for ‘Selling Change’:

 
“Do you think change is scary and borders on impossible? Think again. Selling Change shows how to more effectively sell your ideas, products, and services to your employees, stakeholders, and customers. Author, Brett Clay, has translated the complex and abstract principles of change psychology into an easy-to-read, fun, and practical format that business leaders and salespeople are sure to find valuable,” said Jim Barnes, awards director, Axiom Business Book Awards.

“’Selling Change’ is an outstanding leadership handbook that all salespeople, managers, and executives should read,” said Jeff Keen, president and CEO of USA Book News.

“‘Selling Change’ is a handbook that shows how to lead customers or stakeholders through change and create high value for them in the process—and that’s why it’s a must-read for salespeople and business executives in 2011,” said Gerhard Gschwandtner, publisher, Selling Power Magazine.

“The most value is created by driving change. But now, it’s not a luxury—it’s survival. Read this book and thrive!” said Jeffrey Hayzlett, former CMO of Eastman Kodak, change agent, and best-selling author of The Mirror Test.

”This is the first POSITIVE book about change in a decade … at a time when we need it most! Buy it today, and implement it as fast as you can,” said Jeffrey Gitomer, bestselling author of The Little Red Book of Selling.

”This powerful, practical book shows you how to make more sales, faster and easier than you ever thought possible!” said Brian Tracy, bestselling author of The Art of Closing the Sale.

‘Selling Change, 101 Secrets for Growing Sales by Leading Change’, by Brett Clay, Non-fiction, Hardcover, $22.95, ISBN 978-0982295236, Available wherever books are sold. Volume purchasing available through 1-800-CEO-READ. Coming soon in Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, and Polish.

http://ChangeLeadershipGroup.com/BestSalesBook2011

About the Author
Brett Clay, author of ‘Selling Change’, is the CEO of Change Leadership Group, LLC, a firm that helps clients improve their sales, marketing, and leadership capabilities. A veteran of 20 years in international sales and marketing management, most recently with Microsoft Corporation, he is an award-winning author, award-winning marketer, trainer, speaker, consultant, and business leader. http://www.ChangeLeadershipGroup.com.

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