MC with a Sales Bias
With an independent sales specialists point of view, Craig has been able to successfully control the various activities involved in many events. From a quick public event to a multi-day corporate conference, he has been asked to provide a sales perspective or flavour to the proceedings. This could come in many forms; small break-out training sessions spread throughout the day, a relevant story during the body of the event that highlights the importance of professional sales skills and their ongoing development, the list goes on.
Whose Turn is it This Year?
Many conferences and professional development days utilise one of the senior management that has been ‘army volunteered’ against their will as the MC. This creates an additional workload that distracts from their primary focus and can consume them unnecessarily for days and weeks beforehand. Surely this is not the best use of their time?
Alternatively, the self-volunteered MC is someone that has a ‘passion for the sound of their own voice’ and/or chooses to use the event to pursue their own agenda. I am sure we have all been to an event with an MC like that!
We are flexible as to how to best use Craig’s experience as an MC. operando opções binarias conocer chicas de uruguay speed dating crawley watch rencontre dans le rer e go to site site de rencontre femmes divorcees http://www.hotdogsuitlaatservice.nl/zybnapasta/2427 follow site flirten lernen kassel Contact us to discuss your individual requirements.
Some of the Feedback Received
Toshiba (Australia) Pty Ltd “Congratulations on a brilliant session yesterday. The overwhelming opinion today has been that it was an excellent day and everyone has commented on how good it was to have an independant MC, your fantastic content and your presentation skills. I look forward to doing further sessions in the near future.”
Stephen Harley, Queensland Sales & Marketing Manager
Decorators Emporium “I’d like to thank you for the effort you put into being our MC and your presentation to our team on Tuesday night. It was refreshing and certainly made us all think about not only our roles in the business team but also how we conduct ourselves in everyday life. I have spoken to a large percentage of the 35 team members that attended and the verdict is unanimous – it was a big hit. I speak for all when I say that I look forward to working on our sales strategies over the coming months. I’m sure that it will reap some great rewards.” Steve Kovacic, Managing Director