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  • How To Use Your ‘Meta Differentiators’ To Increase Sales

    11 November 2020

    As an experienced seller you will know how important it is to sell the difference to your customer. To succeed in a competitive market, where products and services are becoming more alike, you need to know what your differentiators are and how they benefit your customer. Often referred to as USPs, these differentiators exist in

  • Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) – A New Way To Train Your Team

    1 July 2020

    Traditional face-to-face (F2F) training has always been the default option for learning. It’s engaging, it’s interactive, and done well it’s enjoyable. But in today’s environment it’s difficult. Travel restrictions, uncertainty over social distancing and general unease around group meetings make it a non-starter. The solution is VILT – Virtual Instructor Led Training.

  • 5 Voice and Speech Tips – Learning from the Italians?

    8 February 2019

    On this blog, Nick Evans, Senior Consultant at LDL, offers five presentation skills pointers inspired by a recent trip to Italy.  A recent event reminded me again of the power of verbal communication when selling or seeking to influence others.  Visiting my sister, who has run a company in Florence for a number of years,

  • What’s Your Communication Style? 4 Tips To Increase Effectiveness

    4 May 2018

    When communicating with others, whether colleagues or clients, on the job, in meetings, or on the phone, we all tend to stick to our habits. But often those habits are unhelpful. Perhaps we rarely take the opportunity to speak up and give voice to our views and opinions – finding it difficult for example to

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    Presentation Skills Training – A 3 Step Structure for any Presentation

    15 September 2017

    Three decades of management and sales training have convinced us that there is one skill any high potential must master – become an effective presenter and speaker. Nothing, but nothing, will build your confidence more effectively.