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consulting presentation

 
#1 consulting presentation
24/04/2008 14:46

Smmothe operator

Guys,

most consultants have experienced this onnce or twice:

Doing poorly on client presentations. I just wasnt sold on the recommendations and therefore, not sold myself, couldnt sell it ( as effectively as I usually do) to the client.

In the future, how do i convincingly sell ( deliver presentations) to clients whereby I dont agree with recommendations that we are peddling?

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#2 RE: consulting presentation
24/04/2008 15:28

d to Smmothe operator (#1)

practice, practice, practice!

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#3 RE: consulting presentation
26/04/2008 11:37

jonny blowgun to Smmothe operator (#1)

This is how it is sometimes, your boss will come to you to give a presentation, which you are expected to 'sell'. You dont have to ( nor will you at all times) agree with it. You have to practice really hard, and visualize delivering it convincingly (although it may noit come from the heart). Practice is key. Dont expect to always do things you agree with. there is almost always someone higher above that has final authority.

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