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John Rodgers Returns To ILCT Show With Sales Training

Posted on January 15, 2014

TORRANCE, Calif. — Internationally recognized by Dale Carnegie as one of the top marketing associates and instructors in the world, professional instructor John Rodgers will be sharing his expertise and knowledge at the 2014 International LCT Show on Monday, February 17.

Rodgers will be hosting two sessions:

1. Business Growth: Strategically Increasing the Size of Your Company in a Step-By-Step Format

Business is coming in strong – you need more technology, more chauffeurs and more fleet vehicles. You need to grow…fast! If this is YOU, come to this session so that you learn how to plan for growth using a sales strategy. Set goals and develop a revenue-boosting action plan that you can put into place when you get back to the office.

8:20am – 9:20am, Monday, Feb. 17, 2014.


2. Negotiation Skills Course: Enhance your Leadership, Communication, and Sales Skills All In One Workshop

Business owners are the pillars and leaders of the organization, and set the tone for internal operations. This program offers advanced problem-solving, communication, and negotiation skills, with leadership skills at the core. You will learn how to avoid litigation, negotiate better deals, manage power and maximize your role and create win/win solutions to advance the sale. You will also learn how to improve techniques in sales, contract negotiation, mediation and client relations – and the role of these techniques in a leadership position.

9:30am – 10:30am, Monday, Feb. 1,7 2014

Visit www.LCTSHOW.com or call (800) 576 – 8788 for more information.

NLA members can enjoy the best savings on show passes by registering by January 17, 2014.

 

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