25 High-Impact Challenger Sales Questions
Prospects don’t want you to “sell” to them. They want someone who understands the challenges they’re facing to present a durable solution.
Use these Challenger Sales questions to uncover your prospects’ pain points and become a high-performing sales rep. Learn how you can reframe their understanding of the problem and position your solution.
- High-impact sales questionsGet a list of powerful sales questions for each stage of the Challenger Sales methodology — the Warmer, the Reframe, Rational Drowning, Emotional Impact, Value Proposition, and Solution.
- Uncover buying motivationsThe key to booking more meetings? Uncovering real pain points. Use these value-based topics to get potential customers to reveal their biggest challenges.
- Backed by dataDiscover proven techniques for moving opportunities forward in your pipeline and closing more deals with data points from millions of sales calls.
- For sales managersUse these Challenger Sales questions to revamp your sales process. Practice these Challenger Sales questions with your sales reps and watch them boost their win rates.
- For sales repsStruggling to hit your targets? Ask these questions to get more thoughtful replies from your prospects, uncover their true motivations, and close more deals.
- Power up your sales processesApply the Challenger Sales methodology to your sales process and close more deals with data-backed sales tactics.
- The challenger sales methodologyGet the exact questions that top Challenger Sales reps ask to uncover real pain and educate prospects. These questions follow the Challenger Sales methodology and are proven to work.
- Emotional impactHow can you help your prospects make sense of their problems? Use this emotional trigger word to really tap into their pain.
- The “sweet spot”How many questions should you ask during a discovery call? 5? 10? 15? Find out what the “sweet spot” is so you can maximize your success rate.
- “Discovery fatigue”Find out what “discovery fatigue” is and how to address it. Plus, learn how many questions you should ask (and what kind) to book more meetings with C-suite executives.
- Reframing hacksUse this “hack” to introduce fresh insights and get your prospects thinking about their problems in new ways.
- Questions that trigger long responsesHow you can phrase your questions to get longer answers from your prospects (and why you should).
- ROI claimsPresent ROI claims at your own risk. Here’s what you should do instead to support your reframing and position the ideal solution for your prospects.
- Next stepsTop sales performers ask these questions to move promising sales opportunities forward.
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Learn how to connect with your prospects and uncover their pain points to see how you can solve their problems.
A: You’ll get a PDF with a list of 25 Challenger Sales questions. The PDF is broken down into sections that cover each stage of Matthew Dixon’s Challenger Sales methodology:
- The Warmer: Understand the problems your prospects face.
- The Reframe: How to introduce fresh insights.
- Rational Drowning: Questions to engage prospects and support your reframe.
- Emotional Impact: Tapping into your prospects’ pain.
- Value Proposition: How you can help buyers reach their goals.
- Solution: How to introduce and position your solution.
A: These questions are perfect for the following roles:
- A sales manager: Use these Challenger Sales questions to fine-tune your sales process and augment your sales training.
- A sales rep: Struggling to reach your sales targets? These questions are all part of the Challenger Sales methodology, which is a proven framework for closing more deals.
A: You’ll receive the Challenger Sales questions as a PDF, which you can view in Adobe Acrobat Reader or your web browser.
A: The Challenger Sales methodology takes an educational sales approach. It involves gathering customer insights and educating prospects on why there’s value in your product. The aim is to get prospects thinking about their problems in new ways.
A: Sales professionals often make the mistake of jumping straight into their sales pitches, but this can make prospects pull away. Value-based selling is all about understanding the needs of your prospects and focusing on the value of your products or services. It helps you build trust and ultimately win more deals.
A: An open-ended sales question is the best option, meaning that prospects aren’t giving simple “yes” or “no” answers. They also get to the heart of the challenges that your prospects are facing and get them to see the value of your products or services.
Examples of open-ended questions include:
- “Can you tell me more about how your company performs [process]?”
- “How are you currently addressing [pain point]?”
- “What happens if we don’t address [pain point] now?”
- “Have you considered [insight]?”
By asking the right questions, you’re one step closer to winning the deal.
A: We’ve got you covered. Check out these resources and share them with your sales teams:
- The Challenger Sales Model: Methodology And What You Need To Know: Everything you need to know about the Challenger Sales methodology and how you can implement it in your sales process to close more deals.
- 12 Sales Discovery Questions To Pinpoint Real Pain: What separates the best reps from the rest? They know how to ask the right questions — the ones that uncover real pain. Find out what these questions are and get data-backed tips to increase your win rates.
- Top 12 Sales Methodologies: How to Choose the Right One: The Challenger Sales methodology is just one sales methodologies of many. Get a complete breakdown of 12 different sales methodologies and how to find out the right one for you.a
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