Programmes

What programme will suit you?

  1. We’ll create one that fits your training/coaching needs and resolves your work challenges.
  2. We’ll discuss; I’ll compile a recommended topic list for you; it’ll be tailored-made…  not ‘off the shelf’.
  3. Also, you can take relevant bits from different programmes – tailored to your needs.

Over the years, I’ve delivered many sorts of progammes including:

  • Clear communication: encourage; inspire; win loyalty.
  • Feedback that motivates.
  • Delegate with confidence.
  • Managing tricky staff members better.
  • Clear communication: encourage; inspire; win loyalty.
  • Feedback that motivates.
  • Delegate with confidence.
  • Managing tricky staff members better.

Since time immemorial, managing others has been a challenging task.

Directing, motivating, admonishing, getting the best out of your staff – always a demanding job.

Many people are promoted to manager because they’ve performed well in their professional role; their management potential is rarely taken into account.

Are you new to management?  An ‘old sweat’?  How can you ensure that you perform at your best in your manager role?

Great presenters speak with:

Confidence (not conceit), appropriate detail (not overload) and make it sound as though they’re presenting just to you.

How do they do it?!  

            What about you?

  • What’s your current level of influence or impact?
  • What will they, the audience, gain by listening to you?
  • What verbal / non-verbal signals are you sending out?
  • How convincing, how memorable are you?

Great presenters speak with:

  1. Confidence (not conceit)
  2. Appropriate detail (not overload)
  3. Make it sound as though they’re presenting just to you

How do they do it?!

Presentation Impact – present like you mean it:

  • What’s your current level of influence or impact?
  • What will they, the audience, gain by listening to you?
  • What is your voice / body language signals are you sending?
  • How convincing are you? How memorable are you?

The term “Death by PowerPoint” has been around for many a moon.

And still, there’s still a high percentage professionals who continue to abuse the intelligence of their audience – by using the slow but very sure ‘put to death by PowerPoint slides’ approach.

If that’s you – this has got to change (for the sake of your audiences); we need to talk!

Your relationship with your clients and prospects is of huge importance, but most of us don’t like selling.

How can you change your mindset and instead, create a positive and memorable impression?

    • How can you increase the probability of making that sale?
    • They will have questions, they will have objections – how will you handle them?
    • How can you establish a long-term relationship with your clients?

Your clients are your life blood.  Your success depends on them.

What’s your current sales impact when speaking with prospects?

Your present level of influence & impact when talking with clients?

How are you managing your client-facing phone calls and your new business process?

What do you need to do – to make networking work for you?

  • What is appropriate networking etiquette?  How can you hop over all those toe-curling, networking obstacles?
  • Mutually profitable relationships, based on liking and trust: the perfect work/social equation.
  • Networking as a pleasure, rather than an ordeal.

What do you need to do to make networking work for you?

  • What is appropriate networking etiquette?  How can you hop over all those toe-curling, networking obstacles?
  • Mutually profitable relationships, based on liking and trust: the perfect work/social equation.
  • Networking as a pleasure, rather than an ordeal.

Most professionals have a jaundiced view of networking events, they don’t really want to attend them and certainly don’t gain anything from them.

A minority of professionals have a far more positive attitude to these events. They chat with people, they perform at their best, they get new business leads … and they even enjoy them.

How can you join that minority?