Breakfast Bites - acing debriefing at a distance
***Bookings Now Closed***Announcing…Presenting Skills: How to ace debriefing at a distance
Presenting to a client face to face is nerve wracking enough, but presenting over the phone, webchat or via email has its own set of challenges.
With everyone getting busier and technology getting better, its never been more crucial to have your clients hanging on your every word when you're presenting at a distance.
Do you ever wonder if your client is engaged in what youre saying, or if theyre even listening when you debrief over webchat? Do you worry your client would get the same experience from just reading a debrief document themselves when youre presenting on the phone?
Breakfast bites is here to help
This session will help you plan and execute an engaging insight debrief when you cant be in the room with your clients, give you a toolkit of facilitation techniques and approaches to involve your listeners and keep them focused on the key messages.
This will be a fun, energetic and interactive session, with a short piece of homework to help you to think about some of the things we will talk about.
The session will be run by Caroline Florence from Insight Narrator. Caroline has over 15 years of experience in the research industry and has been training researchers in communication skills for the last seven years.
So if you have 0-4 years experience, can just about get yourself up in the morning and want to learn how to keep your clients hanging on your every word, this is right up your street!
PLEASE NOTE Spaces are limited to 15 so please book quickly. (Please note this also means we can only accept a maximum of 2 delegates per company).
AQR Members: £30 + VAT = £36 (membership is individual not corporate)
Non members price: £50 + VAT = £60
BOOKING - Online using the links below
18 July 2019
8.30am to 10.30am
Wyoming Studios 72 Margaret Street Fitzrovia London W1W 8ST
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