Learning Local - Round Robin
Hear it from the experts!
Ask the specialists!
A round robin format provides participants the opportunity to spend 15 minutes at each table of three available experts. Participate in this fast-paced interaction!
Training Sales People. There are no bad sales people - only bad sales managers. Sales is the only function in the business world where 92% of quota is acceptable. Can you imagine a company that says to its CFO - "good job - you balanced 92% of the statements." Yet, this happens all of the time in sales. Are business managers insane or is there a better way to manage and measure sales performance?" Presented by Russ Davis, Principal of Sandler Training, rdavis.sandler.com
Leadership Transition Coaching - Who is coaching your new managers? Recent studies have shown that as few as 11% of new managers are ever groomed to be leaders and almost 60% learn their leadership skills from trial and error. Explore key benefits to providing leadership transition coaching to new and upcoming managers. Presented by Kyle Pertuis, President, Mind Fit Coaching, www.mindfitcoaching.com
Why Improvisational Comedy? The basic rules of Improv are to always say "Yes, and ...", trust your partner, pick up nonverbal cues, and know your audience. Learning these basic rules, and putting them into action are fundamental to
the success of your business. If you've ever wondered why your co-workers or employees can't anticipate the needs of your client, or why no one is willing to submit new ideas for marketing, development or organization, or where your company's fire and creativity have gone, then Improv is your answer. Presented by Steve Shultz, actor, fundraiser, copywriter, improvisational specialist. (864)906-7534, email@example.com
Room 209, University Center Greenville, 225 S. Pleasantburg Dr., Greenville, SC 29607