Supervising others can be a tough job. Between managing your own time and projects, helping your team members solve problems and complete tasks, and helping other supervisors, your day can fill up before you know it.
The Supervising Others workshop will help supervisors become more efficient and proficient, with information on delegating, managing time, setting goals and expectations (for themselves and others), providing feedback, resolving conflict, and administering discipline.
Define requirements for particular tasks
Set expectations for your staff
Set SMART goals for yourself
Help your staff set SMART goals
Assign work and delegate appropriately
Provide effective, appropriate feedback to your staff
Manage your time more efficiently
Help your team resolve conflicts
Understand how to manage effectively in particular situations
Understand what a new supervisor needs to do to get started on the right path
Although the definition of a sale is simple enough, the process of turning someone into a buyer can be very complex. It requires you to convince someone with a potential interest that there is something for them in making their interest concrete – something that merits spending some of their hard-earned money.
The Sales Fundamentals workshop will give participants a basic sales process, plus some basic sales tools, that they can use to seal the deal, no matter what the size of the sale. Your participants will become more confident, handle objections, and learning how to be a great closer.
Experiencing a sales objection can be a disheartening event. Through this course your participants will learn how to eliminate the objection and push through to get that sale. Even the best quality services or items can be turned down, and learning how to overcome these denials will be of great benefit.
Overcoming Sales Objections is an essential part of the sales process, as it will open up a whole new set of opportunities. It will produce new sales and provide an ongoing relationship with new clients. Objections will always occur no matter the item being sold or presented.
Understand the factors that contribute to customer objections.
Define different objections.
Recognize different strategies to overcome objections.
Identify the real objections.
Find points of interest.
Learn how to deflate objections and close the sale.
In the age of online shopping and technology, in-person sales can easily be ignored. Do not overlook, however, the importance of personal contact. You never know when or where you will meet your next customer, and it is important to make a good impression. Everyone who is interested in sales must be confident in the art of in-person sales.
With this workshop, your participants will discover the specifics of what it means to become an effective salesperson and steps to success. They will learn how to connect with customers and move them through the sales process.
Emotional intelligence describes the ability to understand one’s own feelings, and that of groups, and how these emotions can influence motivation and behavior. The concepts of Emotional Intelligence have been around since at least the 1900’s, but the term was first introduced by Wayne Payne in 1985.
As a result of the growing acknowledgment by professionals of the importance and relevance of emotions to work outcomes, the research on the topic continued to gain momentum, but it wasn’t until the publication of Daniel Goleman’s bestseller Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ that the term became widely accepted by mainstream media.
Define and practice self-management, self-awareness, self-regulation, self-motivation, and empathy.
Understand, use and manage your emotions.
Verbally communicate with others.
Successfully communicate with others in a non-verbal manner.
Experiencing diversity is a part of living in a civilized society. Difference does not equal a right way and a wrong way, it is variety that can lead to a common goal. Understanding the various forms of diversity makes for a better company and world in general.
Each and every one of us serves customers, whether we realize it or not. Maybe you’re on the front lines of a company, serving the people who buy your products. Perhaps you’re an accountant, serving the employees by producing their paychecks and keeping the company running. Or maybe you’re a company owner, serving your staff and your customers.
This workshop will look at all types of customers and how we can serve them better and improve ourselves in the process. Your participants will be provided a strong skillset including in-person and over the phone techniques, dealing with difficult customers, and generating return business.
State what CS means in relation to all your customers, both internal and external
This course examines the basics, most importantly to be considerate of others, dress/appearance, the workplace versus social situations, business meetings, proper introductions and ‘the handshake’, conversation skills/small talk, cultural differences affecting international business opportunities, dealing with interruptions, and proper business email and telephone etiquette.
Have you ever been in a situation where:
You met someone important and had no idea what to say or do?
You spilled soup all over yourself at an important business event?
You showed up at an important meeting under or overdressed?
Let’s face it: we’ve all had those embarrassing etiquette gaffes. Our Business Etiquette workshop will help your participants look and sound their best no matter what the situation.
Define etiquette and provide an example of how etiquette can be of value to a company or organization.
Understand the guidelines on how to make effective introductions.
Identify the 3 C’s of a good impression.
Understand how to use a business card effectively.
Identify and practice at least one way to remember names.
Identify the 3 steps in giving a handshake.
Enumerate the four levels of conversation and provide an example for each.
Understand place settings, napkin etiquette and basic table manners.
Understand the meaning of colors in dressing for success.
Differentiate among the dressy casual, semi-formal, formal and black tie dress code.
A company’s ethics will determine its reputation. Good business ethics are essential for the long-term success of an organization. Implementing an ethical program will foster a successful company culture and increase profitability. Developing a Business Ethics program takes time and effort, but doing so will do more than improve business, it will change lives.
A company’s ethics will have an influence on all levels of business. It will influence all who interact with the company including customers, employees, suppliers, competitors, etc. All of these groups will have an effect on the way a company’s ethics are developed. It is a two-way street; the influence goes both ways, which makes understanding ethics a very important part of doing business today. Ethics is very important, as news can now spread faster and farther than ever before.
Define and understand ethics.
Understand the benefits of ethics.
Create strategies to implement ethics at work.
Recognize social and business responsibility.
Identify ethical and unethical behavior.
Learn how to make ethical decisions and lead with integrity.
Self-confidence and assertiveness are two skills that are crucial for success in life.
If you don’t feel worthy, and/or you don’t know how to express your self-worth when communicating with others, life can be very painful. These skills will provide opportunities and benefits to your participants in their professional and personal lives.
The Assertiveness And Self-Confidence workshop will give participants an understanding of what assertiveness and self-confidence each mean (in general and to them personally) and how to develop those feelings in their day-to-day lives. These skills will encompass many aspects of your participant’s lives and have a positive effect on all of them.