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How to Communicate With Customers During a Time of Crisis It is critical to have a communication plan in place with your customers in this time of crisis. While we can't control the current crisis, we can control our response to it. You need to consider ways to remain top of mind and deliver value to your customers. Join us for five tips to help you formulate a plan that communicates in a positive way with your customers. Questions and Group Discussion following the presentation. Presenter: Jo Collins from Sales Performance
Managing & Leading from a Distance in this ''New Normal'' · Motivating your team from a distance · Clarity of Goals & Tracking Progress · Making it safe to speak-up · Framing the conversation · Minding you the manager
Delivering an impactful presentation is always challenging. In this current environment people are faced with the additional challenge of presenting from home. Is there a difference between presenting face to face and giving a presentation from home? Find out as Sean McLoughney outlines the 10 things you need to consider when you deliver your next presentation from home.
Skillnet: How to use MailChimp to communicate with your customers at this time 10th April 11am (Webinar)
Now, more than ever, it is crucial to keep in touch with your customers. If you have a customer email database, use it! But get your content right. If you want a successful open rate with your email marketing, then join us for 4 tips to get your email marketing right. It will benefit your customer, not just your business. Agenda: Best practices for email marketing Offer value to your customers Tips for successful email marketing campaigns Grow your subscriber list Let's share our wins!
Has the Covid-19 crisis given you writer?s block for your social media? If you have business social media accounts, then don?t go quiet. Keeping your content relevant today might mean making some changes to what you normally share. Join us to find out the top 5 tips to keep on top of your social media content during the Covid-19 crisis?and beyond. Agenda: Social Media Basics Target Audiences on Social Media What can you do to make a post stand out? Content, content, content! Analytics Presenter: Jill from Lush Marketing
How to be proactive in a time of a crisis The time we have now is ideal for planning for the future. A time to evaluate your key accounts A time to qualify what a key account is for your business What metrics should apply. Presenter: Jo Collins from Sales Performance
Delivering an impactful presentation is always challenging. In this current environment people are faced with the additional challenge of presenting from home. Is there a difference between presenting face to face and giving a presentation from home? Find out as Sean McLoughney outlines the Top Tips you need to consider when you deliver your next presentation by webinar.
Communication is the backbone of every company but is even more important at a time of crisis. Your staff are often in direct communication with customers so it is essential to prioritise internal communications in order to protect employees against heightened stress and panic. In this seminar Executive Coach & Training Consultant Lorraine Murphy will share 5 key tips on how to: · Develop a strong and effective communication strategy for your business during Covid 19 · Ensure clear and effective communication for teams working remotely · Maintain positive support and morale for your team. Questions and group discussion following the webinar
Microsoft Excel is a useful tool for generating spreadsheets from a number of data sources. Using calculations and functions, users can easily manage any type of data including budgets, financial data, statistical data, reports, charts, graphs and small lists. The Intermediate Excel 2013 / 2016 training course is ideal for those with a working knowledge of Microsoft Excel and demonstrates how to work more efficiently with workbooks and enhance the appearance of the data in the spreadsheets.
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