"The way you feel about your preparation is as important a factor as the actual preparation. Some people do reasonably well with no preparation time. But the vast majority do better when they've had time to prepare. "
Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you’re in the process of solidifying a deal and the person you’re dealing with has got you handshake away from completion and then drops the infamous line, “This looks good, and now I’ll just have to ask my boss/client/wife/committee if this is acceptable before it’s final.”?
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Wouldn’t it be great to wake up one day and realize that you can speak a foreign language fluently? That you can express your thoughts without hesitation, not having to worry about grammar or search desperately for that one word that just escaped you? That you can be well understood and understand? That you can engage in a powerful debate without a burden of the losing ground from a get-go? That you can use the language, not your native, to a degree allowing to voice opinions precisely and be heard?
"When presenting our case, every person – every company – must be clear on all the key selling points around what they have to offer. These key points are like aces in a card game. You need them to win."
"Conflict stirs up strong emotions. When they are not managed well, these emotions can fester and lead us to respond in very destructive ways. One such response is retaliation or getting even with the other person."
Delivering critical competencies to time-constrained businesses A major trade body delivers critical training solutions to its members nationally. Aware that traditional workshop training was losing favor, they wanted to create an online solution using the latest technology.
Because their members have very limited time available, they wanted a solution that could deliver practical on-line learning that automatically personalized to the needs of each user.
Sequential learning in class or on-line has significant drawbacks. You are either forced to go through the basics once more, before finding anything of real value or interest. Or the instructor-led process tries to satisfy too broad a range of the audience to make anybody happy. In either case, you may end up with that distinct feeling of having just wasted a significant amount of time.
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