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JEC interviewed by Trainer TV


Alison Miles-Jenkins of Your Training Business interviews Jean Crew of JEC Training for Trainer TV Trainer (http://yourtrainingbusiness.co.uk)

Jean talks about her business which she started relatively recently and how she has a specialism in sales training and associated skills sets. Jean has been building a name for herself and is a trainer to watch going forwards.

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Five top tips for great presentations


Presentation skills are useful in many aspects of work and life. Effective presentations are particularly important in the business of sales, and developing the confidence and capability to give good presentations – to stand up in front of an audience and speak well – is a key competency for business success.

The more uncertain you are, the more nervous you will be!! To help you harness your nervousness and bring it under control, there are five key tips to remember. These tips are all designed to help you focus on your audience and their needs rather than on yourself and how you are feeling.

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Calming the nerves from the inside out


Giving a presentation is worrying for many people. Presenting or speaking to an audience regularly tops the list in surveys of people’s top fears – more than heights, flying or dying!

Nervousness causes physiological reactions which are mostly attributed to the increase of adrenaline in your system. You can counteract these effects with a few simple techniques:

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Advanced Questioning Techniques


Socrates was one of the greatest educators who taught by asking questions and drawing out answers from his pupils who included Plato and Aristotle.

Here are the six types of questions that Socrates asked his pupils. The overall purpose was to challenge accuracy and completeness of thinking to move people towards their ultimate goal.

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Making the most of 1-1 meetings


Here are some great tips for making the most of 1-1 meetings.

Don’t cancel them
The easiest way to communicate to an employee that they’re not important is to cancel their 1:1, no matter what the reason. If a conflict comes up, try to reschedule the 1:1 at another time on the same day, and apologise for doing so. Cancelling a 1:1 is worse than never scheduling one at all.

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