- SALES SCRIPTING AND ROLE PLAY
- MASTERMIND LEARNING
- JOHN C. MAXWELL SERIES
- GROUP WEBINARS
This last year has brought us many new challenges, but the time has come to shift from reactive measures, to a more proactive and deliberate strategy for what has come to be 'our new normal' for the foreseeable future.
Contact us now to get fresh insights into remote working, virtual management and virtual instructor-led learning that will support you and your team through change, adaptation, and leading through adversity. Our goal is to help you enhance wellbeing, workforce engagement and resilience, to generate EXTRAORDINARY results in these, and the best of times.
- LEARN QUICK, INTERACTIVE, AND IMPLEMENTABLE TACTICS TO GENERATE RESULTS
We’ll work to understand your requirements, and provide, or custom-build, the appropriate content to engage attendees and help them change their work environment by changing the people in it.
We have a multitude of topics supporting leadership development, collaboration, customer engagement, sales processes, and sales tactics, just to name a few. Whether you’re looking for a half-day, in-house session, or full-day(s) offsite, we have the content and flexibility to meet your needs.
We’re also available to facilitate your content should you not have facilitation staff, or have more groups to connect with, than facilitators to deliver.
SALES SCRIPTING AND ROLE PLAY
- ENGAGE YOUR CUSTOMER, AND WIN THE SALE
We’ll help you craft customer sales scripting. Your employees can learn and tweak these scripts to make them their own, better engage your customers, and win the business.
We can help your team build confidence, teach them: quick connecting skills, needs assessment tactics and tips on closing the sale. These skills will differentiate your employees from the competition while building trust, deepening customer relationships, and completing repeat sales during the life of a more profitable customer relationship that requires less pricing concessions and retention effort.
- ACCELERATED, COLLABORATIVE, EXPERIENTIAL AND SUSTAINED LEARNING
This is a facilitated event that gathers success-minded individuals to sustain learning, review themed content, discuss implementation strategies, review post-implementation feedback and brainstorm problem solving. This is a face-to-face or virtual interactive space to pitch and receive ideas from like-minded, success-oriented learning partners who make each other better, while implementing content in a powerful experiential learning environment.
JOHN C. MAXWELL SERIES
- DEVELOP YOUR ABILITY TO INFLUENCE OTHERS AND DRIVE CHANGE WITH TEACHINGS FROM ONE OF THE TOP LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT EXPERTS IN THE WORLD
We have licensed access to many of John C. Maxwell’s best-selling books and workshops that will take your evolving leaders to new levels of performance and influence. Whether you are heading a department, or working with peers in a collaborative dependent environment, John C. Maxwell’s content will challenge you to identify and develop important skills that you’ll leverage throughout your career. Click here to see some of the John C. Maxwell learning options available.
- LEARNING WITHOUT LEAVING YOUR DESK OR INCURRING TRAVEL TIME AND EXPENSE
Web-based presentations, workshops, or group coaching from the convenience of your desk. Interactive training that accommodates the ability to give, receive, or discuss concepts in real time.
Why is this important?
Growth, a sense of purpose, recognition, etc. are held in higher regard by Millennials. Since 2016, Millennials are now the largest of five generational cohorts working alongside each other in the Canadian workforce.
Deloitte's 2016 survey of Millennials indicated one in four Millennials plan to quit their job in the next year, and 66% expect to leave by 2020. 71% of those likely to leave in the next two years are unhappy with how their leadership skills are being developed.
The 2017 Mercer Global Talent Report indicated 93% of companies interviewed rated reshaping organizational design as a top priority.
Why is this important?
Employees lack the skills to perform in evolving leadership roles in response to changing organizational structures, technology, work methodologies, and cultural diversity precipitated by the globalization of service partnerships.
The issue is becoming worse still, as middle management experiences are disappearing in flattening organizations and the traditional leadership skillset has become obsolete.