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What’s wrong with ‘pitch, pace and progression’? | Class Teaching

This morning Michael Chiles asked a question on twitter on whether it was sensible for an observer to make a judgement about the pace of a lesson: This reminded me of a consultant that I worked with as a young head of science back in the 90s whose mantra was that teaching was good when…
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@EricBlumthal: #employeetraining story I found today What’s wrong with ‘pitch, pace and progression’? | Class Teaching classteaching.wordpress.com/2018/10/27/wha…, see more tweetedtimes.com/v/13759?s=tnp
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The Saleswoman's Guide to Thriving in Male-dominated Industries — National Association of Women Sales Professionals (NAWSP)

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@ReferralSales: Discover how the top #womeninsales thrive in male-dominated industries and get to the top of the leaderboard here: bit.ly/30jKfqL #DanceOnTheGlassCeiling
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Sharon Drew Morgen » Communication Competence: the case for enhanced soft skills for our new digital world

sharondrewmorgen.com - Sharon Drew Morgen
Today was a typical day. I arrived at my office early in the morning and began by checking email: colleagues, fans, strangers writing from around the world, each with their own agendas, each email exchange demanding a different type of communication. I then went to LinkedIn and connected with new colleagues from several countries, answered questions from followers, and added ideas to a group discussion. Twitter is always strictly relegated to 10 minutes. Then I had several Skype meetings: with .  show all text
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@sharondrew: As our digital worlds enable us to connect with more and more people globally, we need to add soft skills to ensure we communicate with others outside of our normal spheres. Read what, why, and how. #sharondrewmorgen #buyingfacilitation sharondrewmorgen.com/communication-… pic.twitter.com/qWGBrM8P95
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@sharondrew: Our communication skills need to be upgraded to match our new digital worlds. It’s time to seriously consider soft skills training. Read this article by thought leader Sharon Drew Morgen #sharondrewmorgen #buyingfacilitation sharondrewmorgen.com/communication-… pic.twitter.com/ro2exKij9K
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How to Make Your Client Say That’s a Great Question · The Sales Blog

If you want to be more compelling, start by asking questions that help your clients discover something they would not have discovered without your help.
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@iannarino: How to Make Your Client Say That’s a Great Question thesalesblog.com/2019/09/16/how… pic.twitter.com/ual2nGap7q
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Why avoiding Story Context derails Sales Decision Making

babettetenhaken.com - Babette Ten Haken
Story context is a critical element to creating compelling stories. Stories which convince people to buy whatever it is you sell – and buy more than once from you. And, stories which inspire people, like you, to move one millimeter beyond legacy mindset, habits and behaviors. You know the saying: “The devil’s in the details”? Well, those details are your story context: the environment surrounding the decision to be made. And, when you dilute, fast-forward or even omit details you feel are unimp.  show all text
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@iannarino: Why avoiding Story Context derails Sales Decision Making dlvr.it/RDC91z via @babettetenhaken
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