We’ve helped clients sell, present, negotiate and influence more effectively for over 20 years.
HT3M2 (Helping Techs Talk to Mere Mortals) also known as “Presentation Skills for Technical and Analytical Presenters” — a two-day, highly experiential, hands-on seminar to help your technical presenters better communicate their findings and insights to the rest of us.
Techs talk tech. And some of the best technicians do tech better than they talk it. But techs must also talk turkey to those “mere mortals” who are less less technologically competent.
David Zehren’s recent webinar for the International Institute of Analytics highlights some of the key challenges technical professionals face and outlines some simple and effective solutions. Here’s part one: Can your technical people talk to your money people?
Many people—and most negotiators—are familiar with Getting to Yes by Fisher and Ury and the concept they helped capture with the acronym “BATNA.” Unfortunately, the powerful and helpful meaning behind that catchphrase is often obscured by it.
Think you know what BATNA’s all about? Our negotiating skills training helps ensure that your people carefully consider what are the “best alternatives to this—and any other—negotiation” for them and their counter-parties to help them reach better outcomes and negotiate better.
Do you know the 5 Visual Skills for delivering great presentations? More importantly, do you use them?
Split the difference or stay with the tension? Lose-lose or win-win? When the tension rises between your counter party’s and your interests, splitting the difference is a quick way to relieve the tension…but it is rarely the best solution. It leads more to a lose-lose outcome than a win-win outcome.
Influence is everywhere: Using the power of influence to reduce power consumption. Can ComEd get us to reduce power consumption by using a powerful tool of influence called social proof? Robert Cialdini thinks so. And for good reason. Part of the power of social proof is that it’s almost instinctive.