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There’s Only One Way to Collect Customer Information

How can I get information from customers when they feel we are infringing on the way they have always done things? How do I get them to see they need to share for the good of everyone? The bottom line is that most customers do not like sharing information because they're not sure how you will [...]


2020-02-25T08:16:26+00:00Categories: Corporate Leadership Training, Corporate Sales Training, Executive Presentation Skills, Leadership Development Training, Leadership Presentation, Negotiation Skills Training, Presentation Skills, Presentation Skills Seminars, Presentation Skills Solutions, Presentation Skills Training, Sales Training Programs|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

How to deal with a person that says one thing to your face and another behind your back? Or the person that says yes but then runs when things get tough

First, get rid of the idea that the other person is doing this to attack you. Most likely it has nothing to do with you, but instead is driven by their own fear. So instead, try to think about what they might be so scared of losing that they would fight to protect it. Apply Outcome [...]


2011-12-09T09:34:18+00:00Categories: Corporate Leadership Training, Corporate Sales Training, Executive Presentation Skills, Leadership Development Training, Leadership Presentation, Negotiation Skills Training, Presentation Skills, Presentation Skills Seminars, Presentation Skills Solutions, Presentation Skills Training, Sales Training Programs, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

Drawing in your audience and make them interactive

The number one way most people like to draw their audience in and become more interactive is by spontaneously asking questions of people in the audience. I don't recommend doing that for the following reason. In the first eight to ten minutes of your presentation, an audience is trying to find out how what you are [...]


2018-06-19T15:25:50+00:00Categories: Corporate Leadership Training, Corporate Sales Training, Executive Presentation Skills, Leadership Development Training, Leadership Presentation, Negotiation Skills Training, Presentation Skills, Presentation Skills Seminars, Presentation Skills Solutions, Presentation Skills Training, Sales Training Programs, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Presentation Skills – Tips for speaking with confidence and authority

Speaking with confidence and authority does not mean you need to talk at your audience, nor does it mean that you need to be a "know it all.” You do not need to have all the answers, just the right questions. Here are a few things that show confidence and authority to the audience: 1.  Make [...]


2011-12-02T12:14:20+00:00Categories: Corporate Leadership Training, Corporate Sales Training, Executive Presentation Skills, Leadership Development Training, Leadership Presentation, Negotiation Skills Training, Presentation Skills, Presentation Skills Seminars, Presentation Skills Solutions, Presentation Skills Training, Sales Training Programs, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Presentation Skills Hot Tip – Handling a disruption during a presentation

In a perfect world your presentation would go off without a hitch. But the reality is, you're usually faced with clanging dishes in the back room if you are at a hotel, or people coming in and out if you are at a large convention. You most likely will have an unexpected problem, so don't be [...]


2018-06-18T21:48:04+00:00Categories: Corporate Leadership Training, Corporate Sales Training, Executive Presentation Skills, Leadership Development Training, Leadership Presentation, Negotiation Skills Training, Presentation Skills, Presentation Skills Seminars, Presentation Skills Solutions, Presentation Skills Training, Sales Training Programs, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

What should I do with my hands when presenting?

Wouldn't it be fun to just unscrew both arms, leave them off the side and when you get done reattach them? This is the number-one question I get asked “What you should do with my hands while talking?” Here are a few options for you: 1.  Keep your arms and hands down at your sides. 2.  [...]


2018-06-19T18:34:31+00:00Categories: Corporate Leadership Training, Corporate Sales Training, Executive Presentation Skills, Leadership Development Training, Leadership Presentation, Negotiation Skills Training, Presentation Skills, Presentation Skills Seminars, Presentation Skills Solutions, Presentation Skills Training, Sales Training Programs, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , |

When using PowerPoint how can I read less so my presentation flows better?

Your PowerPoint should be designed with only bullet heads as talking points. It should not contain long sentences. Doing this one thing alone will help you to stop reading your presentation and be in the moment with your audience. When you put together your speech, make sure you do not script it out. If you do, [...]


2018-06-19T19:34:57+00:00Categories: Corporate Leadership Training, Corporate Sales Training, Executive Presentation Skills, Leadership Development Training, Leadership Presentation, Negotiation Skills Training, Presentation Skills, Presentation Skills Solutions, Sales Training Programs, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

How much should I move, and how does body language affect my message?

There is not one pat answer to this since the amount of movement depends largely on what comes naturally for you. If you are a person who tends to be more dry and straightforward, you are usually better off with minimal body language and movement. If you are a person who tends to be more dramatic [...]


2018-06-19T18:36:03+00:00Categories: Corporate Leadership Training, Corporate Sales Training, Executive Presentation Skills, Leadership Development Training, Leadership Presentation, Negotiation Skills Training, Presentation Skills, Presentation Skills Seminars, Presentation Skills Solutions, Presentation Skills Training, Sales Training Programs, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

How to determine when it might be time to interject a group activity or discussion, if for instance, the group seems like they're losing interest

If your presentation is straightforward, has clarity, and is of value to the audience, you will find they rarely lose interest. But if they do lose interest, here are a few techniques you can use to rally the troops: 1.  Ask a question that you wish them to explore with a few other people near them. [...]


2011-11-18T07:42:29+00:00Categories: Corporate Leadership Training, Corporate Sales Training, Executive Presentation Skills, Leadership Development Training, Leadership Presentation, Negotiation Skills Training, Presentation Skills, Presentation Skills Seminars, Presentation Skills Solutions, Presentation Skills Training, Sales Training Programs, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Reading the audience’s body language and interpreting their tone of voice

If your audience is pulled away from you with crossed arms, pursed lips, and glaring eyes, they're telling you that they don't like what they're hearing or that they don’t want to be there. If your audience is leaning forward but firmly planted in the chair, they are letting you know they're eager to hear what [...]


2020-02-25T07:55:15+00:00Categories: Corporate Leadership Training, Corporate Sales Training, Executive Presentation Skills, Leadership Development Solutions, Leadership Development Training, Negotiation Skills Training, Presentation Skills, Presentation Skills Seminars, Presentation Skills Solutions, Presentation Skills Training, Sales Training Programs|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |