You have been accepted into the faculty of trainers with a great training company. But, how do you stand out? How do you make yourself the kind of trainer who keeps getting work once hired? Let’s look at 5 ways to make yourself really, really valuable!
In this week’s episode, we’re focusing on 2018 in order to be able to focus better on 2019. Does that make sense? Think of it this way: you need a retrospective of 2018 to have an informed perspective of 2019. You can use the worksheet to follow along.
In this week’s episode, we’re talking to Gabriele ‘Gab’ Galassi a Business Psychologist and trainer, owner of ‘The Business Psychology Network’ and board member of the Association for Business Psychology with responsibility for training.
In this week’s episode, we’re speaking with Andrew Tilling, a trainer (and trained actor) whose ability to help people to achieve change is very much rooted in personal, tragic circumstances and the strength and healing required to come to terms with their aftermath.
Today is a live coaching call with a trainer who has wants to know whether he should invest in an accreditation such as MBTI, DiSC, Insights Discovery etc. and how he can be sure they are going to generate income for his training business.
In this week’s episode, we’re giving you part 2 on the topic of cold-calling. How do you keep on going when you want to give up? Do you cold-call (or telephone-prospect) at random times? Are you able to clearly explain what you can do for your prospects in such a way that it makes sense to them? These are all powerful questions to ask yourself. We’re going to answer them today!
In this week’s episode, I’m going to give you 5 tips to help you cold-call. If you can quickly and efficiently establish whether there is an opportunity, you can invest time and energy in converting it to a sale. After all, sales are the lifeblood of your training business.
In this week’s episode, we’re talking to Lottie Hearn from ConfidenceOnCamera and Press Play Presentations. Lottie is from the UK and lives on the east coast of Dublin from where she serves her vast global network of students and peers, helping them to ‘go-live’.
In this week’s episode, we’re speaking to Jade Luke, principal and lead-trainer of CustomerCareFirst, a family-run training business focuses on providing customer care to businesses in the UK. Jade and I have a common background in so far as she also began her career in the hospitality industry.