The second tip in our series of six tips for success. Set clear goals or objectives. Once we’ve decided on our priorities we set clear goals. Goals drive activity and performance. When we don’t set goals we tend to
What is one of the oldest sales tips we all forget? What do we all do from time to time, or rather forget to do? When we go on sales training courses we will cover the basics. When we’re
BD for lawyers – internal networking for lawyers tip # 4 How do you meet and greet a client? Firstly you keep an eye on the entrance so that you know when they arrive. As they do you go
Time management – top tip for effective team meetings – rotating chair. If you always have the same chair of your team meetings there may be an opportunity missed; for team development, for building awareness, for dealing with disruption.
In a BBC Horizon programme last week the impact of placebos was explored. It was an astonishing programme, available on the BBC iplayer in UK for about 10 days. What impact could this have on behavioural change and personal development?
Trying to find the right people to fit the job is a challenge. Filtering so many applications, creating a short list and then trying to decide if an interview performance is a true reflection of the candidate’s true self.
Emails can become overwhelming. We try to do our work and this involves emails flying in. Email management is a challenge for many people at all levels in organisations. Managing emails means pro-actively managing them rather than reacting to them
Sales training – ITD Sales training from ITD has immediate impact on your business. We have even achieved an ROI with our sales training on the same day as the training! Our approach is designed to suit your business needs
In a series of posts giving six tips for success here is number one. Decide what is most important. In all of our time management and personal efficiency training workshops the issue of prioritising always come up as
What is more important with successful teams, individual experience or shared experience. So if we employ high performer into a team what will be the effect compared to recruiting a team? Research seems to show that team experience