Creativity is an essential but underdeveloped competency in today’s workplace. Yet, we often hear people say, “I’m not creative.” With a workforce swallowed by self-doubt, how can organizations expect employees to develop a creative competency?
Be sure that your online sales training includes the following six components in order to hit home with the modern learner and achieve maximum ROI for your organization.
There’s no debate about the power of storytelling in business. Stories persuade and inspire. They help people visualize the future, and they bring complex data to life. They build trust and understanding between the storyteller and the listener.
We should leverage the very skills that ensure a positive classroom experience to tell the learning story to our stakeholders, sponsors, owners and leaders.
Data-driven stories can seem magical, giving professionals a superpower of persuasion, and training employees on how to create such content can be a daunting task. Here’s some advice to help you train employees in data-driven story techniques.
Your sales team is dynamic and sharp. They’ve done their homework, they’ve memorized the data and they know which clients to target. So, why did they fail to close the deal?
Storytelling has been skyrocketing in popularity in executive suites. Now, corporations are even hiring Hollywood gurus to learn how to use stories in sales and other corporate work.
In leadership development, trends often come and go. Yet many of the powerful lessons of leadership development are not decades but centuries old. Here are five lessons from the age of Socrates that have withstood the test of time.