IFAonline.co.uk in association with Threadneedle Investments has put together a series of short videos by motivational speaker Alex MacPhail to help you make the most of your time with clients. This time: How to be truly persuasive.
MacPhail's third video explains how to ensure you get the right message about your services across to clients.
What's it about?
Why did London win the bid for the Olympics, yet lose the bid to host the World Cup?
In this six-minute presentation, Alex MacPhail outlines how Sebastian Coe realised before it was too late that relevancy was the key to the Olympics bid. So why did England get it so wrong when applying to host the World Cup?
How England's failure to win the World Cup bid can help you connect with clients
Who is Alex MacPhail?
Alex is an expert in the psychology of behavioural change. He assists organisations whenever they desire a step change in commitment, aligning and motivating individuals behind their own, and the organisations', targets.
Drawing on his experience as a sales director with direct responsibility for a team of 15 specialist sales personnel, his approach is highly practical and outcomes-focused.
On an individual level, Alex provides speaker coaching to leaders and those tasked with communicating critical organisational messages.
See Alex MacPhail's previous short videos (with several more to come soon):
- Video 1: How to make the most of time with clients - watch HERE
- Video 2: How to write client presentations - watch HERE
rogenSi is the global consultancy for exceptional performance, helping leaders and their teams deliver results in three of the hardest areas:
• Inspiring Change
• Driving Sales Growth
for more information please email [email protected]
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