Not confident in pitching to foreign customers? These six scenarios give you an understanding of the best way to build a professional image.
Never bore your audience again. Use eye contact, a good range of adjectives and better intonation to make your presentation engaging and convincing.
To say I am “good” is no longer enough. Amy encourages everyone to try advanced adjectives such as hard working, competent, tech savvy to fully express oneself and to leave a lasting impression.
You have a sudden flash of inspiration and you speak up in a meeting, only to be shut down by your colleagues. James says that these two lines will enable you to both interrupt and communicate effectively: “Could I just add something / Could I just jump in and say that…”
What do you do when faced with difficult customers at work? Oliver suggests that you start with a courteous reply by saying “I am sorry about that”, so the customer knows you are sincere. Next, offer solutions, win customers over and keep up the company’s reputation.
Persuasion is the key to successful buying and selling transactions. Ronan advises, “Start with a question, followed by presenting certain benefits, and you are sure to close a sale.”
Are your pitches always rejected by your supervisor? No worries, Ian will show you how to use Subjunctive tone, “would” in sentences, as well as corresponding substitute schemes to enhance your chances for a successful pitch.