Sales Training: Building Relationships and Networking – Virtually and In Person
Examine and elevate how we show up – virtually and in-person. The foundational principles of improvisation will be taught and applied throughout the program. Improvisational exercises will be used as a catalyst for learning to engage the participants to think in a whole new way about how they are showing up in every interaction and how their communication styles are influencing internal and external partners.
Specific learning outcomes will be personalized for your audience and will vary depending on which training format you select and will cover:
- Four principles of improvisation as seen in high performing teams
- Time to practice and build skills to actively listen with presence and empathy
- Defining and exploring how we show up, so we can be intentional about perceptions
- How to elevate capabilities in communication and clarity of message in virtual settings
This topic, and so much more, is covered in our Amazon® Best Selling book, The Improvisation Edge: Secrets to Building Trust and Radical Collaboration at Work, by ImprovEdge CEO, Karen Hough.
Food for thought:
51% of decision-makers rank trust as the top factor they look for in a salesperson.
Most valuable the idea of improvisation. I come from a performing arts background as a modern dancer so I know all about improvising in front of a live audience. I love the concept of using improv with my virtual audience.