Do your people negotiate the best possible terms for your group or company?
Does your team possess the conversation skills required to get buy-in for their ideas, make better informed decisions and obtain committed action from others?
Be a consistently professional communicator—even in difficult circumstances
To achieve success, technical professionals must have strong and flexible interpersonal and communication skills in addition to their technical abilities.
Getting buy-in from others is no simple matter
Text messaging, e-mails, the Blackberry—there’s no shortage of ways to communicate quickly in the Digital Age. But finding the right words and saying them in the right way is no easy task.
Can your team bring out the best in individuals and orchestrate successful group efforts?
Transform yourself from inexperienced speaker to skilled presenter.
Can your executives communicate with poise, power and persuasion?
Can your staff demonstrate the basics of good presentation delivery skills?
Transform inexperienced speakers into confident presenters.
Does your team have the skills to deliver the kind of service that will keep customers coming back?
Secure an overall competitive advantage through distinctive customer service.
Is your staff prepared to make powerful, informed business decisions?
Plan for future capital expenditures and manage risk to make sounder project investment decisions that create economic value.
Does your staff have the know-how to maximize company assets and protect investments?
Can your staff use cost accounting to optimize the deployment of people, resources and materials?
Avoid surprises by connecting the dots between risks, policies, compliance mandates and overall performance.
Where are they getting those numbers? If you've ever asked that question, you need Accounting 101!
Does your staff have the technical, accounting, automation and management know-how to succeed?
Can your staff build the model…generate the forecast…and drive the business?
Does your finance staff have the necessary skills to accurately predict revenues and costs?
Develop more accurate budgets by minimizing the effects of unexpected events.
Does your staff know how their management decisions translate into dollars and cents?
Do your employees have the financial acumen to understand what drives financial performance and bottom line results?
Does your staff have the M & A negotiation edge they need?
EQ is a key attribute that you must determine before you make an offer
Ensure your organization always has well-trained, experienced people in key positions.
Understand the key components to working effectively as a team.
Brush up on the fundamental concepts of using the MBTI® Assessment and Personality Type