Thursday, August 28, 2014
Selling Your Ideas to Your Organization
(03:32 PM - 03:32 PM)
If you've got an idea you want to sell, your need to do two things: scan your environment and use effective tactics. This interactive, self-paced course teaches you how to effectively do both so that your ideas gain traction.
In order to have an optimal learning experience, each participant should be registered as an individual, and use their own computer to attend the program. If you would like to register a group of participants, please update the quantity field below as appropriate, and then fill in the information for each participant.
How to Cold Call and Build New Customers
(10:00 AM - 01:00 PM)
Length: 3-hour Live Online Workshop
Cold calling has never been tougher. As soon as the prospect figures out you're a sales person the immediate responses are "no budget," "we're in a purchasing freeze", or "call me in six months if things are any better."But we all know that there is always money available to buy something that provides real value to the prospect. The trick is to get your value proposition in front of the prospect in such a compelling way that you turn off the automatic "no" response.
Lead Change Effectively
(02:00 PM - 04:00 PM)
Length: 2-hour Live Online Workshop
In this two-hour Live Online workshop we will examine the challenges of change leadership and the mistakes that often result. We will incorporate principles for leading organizational change, leading individuals during times of change, and managing our own reactions to change. Out of this discussion, you will create a draft of a change leadership plan. By creating and following through on this plan, you can take a more organized approach to leading organizational change.
Performance Reviews That Motivate
(02:00 PM - 03:00 PM)
Length: 1-hour Live Online Webinar
Let's face it. We don't often think that "performance review" and "motivation" belong in the same sentence. Performance reviews can cause anxiety in the associates being appraised and the manager responsible for conducting them. An effective performance review can be an opportunity for honest, open conversation about positive and negative results. It can inspire and engage people when it is focused on plans for the future. By setting expectations and helping associates to create achievable targets well in advance, then coaching and providing adequate feedback throughout the year, performance management becomes part of the culture rather than a dreaded annual event. People support what they help to create. Very few people are motivated by criticism. In this fast-paced webinar, explore ways to conduct RAVE performance reviews and plan your performance conversations so that staff members feel encouraged, inspired and ready to exceed expectations. Performance Reviews that Motivate is part of the Keys To Success Webinar Series.
Kickoff to the Dale Carnegie Live Online Experience
(04:00 PM - 04:30 PM)
Length: 30-minute Live Online Presentation
Our online learning environment is designed to be engaging, interesting, informative, and above all, interactive. We want your experience to be great, so that you can apply useful Dale Carnegie principles in your work and personal life. This FREE, 30-minute, interactive session introduces you to the Live Online experience, tests your audio connection, and teaches you how to use the many learning tools used in Dale Carnegie Digital webinars, workshops, and seminars.
Managing Customer Expectations
(09:00 AM - 12:00 PM)
Length: 3-hour Live Online Workshop
It is a simple truth: customers continue to do business with organizations that deliver on what they promise and who have treated them fairly. You have far more potential to develop long lasting relationships and future business success by managing customer expectations in a consistent way. In this session, you examine ways that you can exceed your customers’ expectations by setting, monitoring, and influencing their expectations. You start by determining their initial expectations and the reasons for each. Then you proactively set realistic expectations with the customer, leverage sure-fire ways to exceed them, and follow an ongoing and consistent process to manage customer expectations in the future.