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Communications is KING!

Lost a client because you didn’t communicate properly?

Created chaos in your workplace because you were misunderstood?

Didn’t inspire people within your team the way that you needed to, to get the job done?

Have been told before that you could improve your communications skills?

CAN’T SELL ICE TO AN ESKIMO?

If the answer is YES, to any of these questions, then Communications Guru Michael Morgan is the man you can’t afford not to see.

SEMINARS ONLY – IN SYDNEY – IN NOVEMBER!

SATURDAY, 13 NOVEMBER, 2010 @ NORTHSIDE CONFERENCE CENTRE, CROWS NEST

FRIDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 2010 @ LAKES BUSINESS PARK, LORD STREET, BOTANY

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Investment: $380 per person

Michael Morgan has more than 20 years experience working with the biggest businesses in Australia teaching communications and influencing skills.

If your team or importantly, YOU, are not communicating in the way you need to, to get your job done, than register NOW!

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? – Entrepreneurs – Sales Managers – Internal Sales Consultants and Representatives – Account Managers – Customer Service Representatives – Business Development Managers

By being an ACTIVE participant in the ‘COMMUNICATIONS IS KING!’ SEMINAR you will; 

- Improve your communications skills

- Learn to listen with intent and understand the needs of your target audience

- Build rapport – reducing differences and increasing similarities

- Use a step by step process of communication that allows you to influence outcomes

- Understand the fundamentals of capturing accurate information which will allow you to deliver or articulate a solution

- Understand the different ways people sense and interpret new information

- Appreciate the psychological principals that underpin how people can be engaged through the art of questioning

- Have the confidence and knowledge to engage people at all levels.


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