Reduce training costs & minimise disruption with eLearning

Our e-learning courses are ideal for managers who feel they are too busy to coach teams or are concerned about cost and loss of productivity. With 62 bite-sized (20-30 minutes) modules on all areas of the consultative selling & sales process (ISMM level 3 accredited), you can access independent coaching sessions that meet development needs and enhance capabilities through guided and assessed self-learning.

Individual modules are available as well as the flexibility to customise to suit your team’s needs.

 

Reduce training costs & minimise disruption with eLearning

Our e-learning courses are ideal for managers who feel they are too busy to coach teams or are concerned about cost and loss of productivity. With 62 bite-sized (20-30 minutes) modules on all areas of the consultative selling & sales process (ISMM level 3 accredited), you can access independent coaching sessions that meet development needs and enhance capabilities through guided and assessed self-learning.

Individual modules are available as well as the flexibility to customise to suit your team’s needs.

 

Archive for the ‘ Presenting ’ Category

presenting

3 simple tips for pitch-perfect presentations

All that talk of Powerpoint in my last blog got me thinking about the other things that really matter when preparing a cracking presentation. After all, technology is only one of the four tools salespeople can use to create impact in the meeting room.

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presentations

Perky Presenting in PowerPoint

There’s nothing quite like a half-hour in a warm meeting room, with the lights turned down and the gentle hum of the projector whirring as it unveils yet another tedious Powerpoint slide, to help you catch up on 40 winks. Lets face it Powerpoint just isn’t perky. Or is it…

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Features and Benefits

Where’s the benefit in selling on features alone?

Want to know one of the biggest issues that holds salespeople back from making a sale – and yet one of the easiest to remedy? Failure to talk about benefits as well as features during a pitch.

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