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Feb 26: Eddie Bright Jr.

President & Global CEO
HCM Staffing and Consulting Group

Mar 12: Andy Langfelder

SVP, National Accounts
Mitchell Martin Inc.

Mar 26: Valerie Quinata

Director of Sales

Apr 9: Mark Farbman

Chief Revenue Officer
ASK Consulting

Apr 23: Divya Bhatt

Account Manager
Rangam Consultants

May 7: Brian Smith

Co-Founder & Managing Partner
The TPS Group

May 21: Jimmy Iannuzzi

VP & General Manager
nTech Workforce

Jun 4: Rachel Slowey

VP, Business Development
The Fountain Group

Jul 16: John DeWeerd

Vice President

Learn 20 Quick Hits. How to...

  1. Command the Zoom Room – one on one (You + Prospect(s))
  2. Command the Zoom Room – one to many (You + Conference Attendees)
  3. Command the Zoom Room – many to many (Your team + Prospect’s team)
  4. Influence a Prospect to Buy
  5. Assess a problem to solve
  6. Handle objections
  7. User social media effectively
  8. Optimize emailing, text and other communications
  9. Implement communication/sales hacks to drastically improve your results
  10. Automate sales processes
  11. Work best with a sales assistant – what to look for
  12. Make the most of events before, during and after
  13. Make technology work for me
  14. Gather pre-sales insights
  15. Implement a follow up/touch system to move the deal through
  16. Give an elevator pitch
  17. Work with the best CRM tools
  18. Liaise with and leverage marketing to your advantage
  19. Manage my boss: Kill him with kindness, numbers, gifts?
  20. Give client (and partner) gifts appropriately
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