When your budget, your reputation and, potentially, your job are on the line, you can’t afford to take chances. Mark says, “In my corporate life, I’ve been on the team that selected venues, speakers and entertainers and planned a program with specific goals and objectives. We were measured, not only by our superiors and peers, but also by our attendees: franchisees, employees, member and seekers, who had their own standards for our performance. We wanted to minimize the odds of things going haywire, like a speaker who didn’t listen to our needs and concerns, who might do or say something to insult or offend my boss, his or her boss, a major client or supplier or the people we work with.” Mark gets it because he’s been on both sides of the event.
“I’ll become your partner in making your event do
what it needs to do and making you look like a hero.”
Here’s how we’ll do that.
- You’ll have my mobile phone number
- I shall listen first and work with you
- My background and experience will inform my suggestions
- We’ll have a written success plan before the event
Mark Johns has trained and spoken to business groups on four continents.
On sales, sales management, time management, managing multiple priorities, customer service and public speaking.
HOW TO MAKE THIS YEAR – AND EVERY YEAR – YOUR BEST YEAR
SUCCESSFUL SALES MANAGEMENT
20 Timeless Truths of Selling
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