Learn to ditch the pitch with new consulting program

Whether you are a parent or a professional, a business owner or a busy team member, you make sales presentations every day.

Whether you are a parent or a professional, a business owner or a busy team member, you make sales presentations every day.

Howard Olsen, President of High Output Training Systems, a Sales Training Consultancy based in Vancouver Canada, contends that 75 per cent of success or failure in business and in life comes down to your ability to build trust, rapport and relevance.

As a professional sales trainer, Howard has helped thousands of sales people and business professionals look through the eyes of their customers to close more sales without pressure or friction every year.

This won’t be just another pep rally.

This will be a dynamic, relevant and engaging program that arms people with an “I can do that” mind set and some useful tools to achieve it.

Howard’s practical, how-to action plans and incomparable ability to impart them to others, will take you beyond thinking about success to actually achieving it.

Join Howard, at the Campbell River Business & Professional Women’s Network meeting on October 25, 2011, as he shares The Three Truths of Selling and Your Keys to Unlocking Them, and how you can immediately use these keys to effectively improve your bottom line.

To reserve your place at the Royal Coachman Carriage House contact Corinne at RSVP@bpwn.org by Thursday October 20, 2011.

You can now pay in advance at www.bpwn.org by clicking on the “Book On Line Button”.

Tickets are $35 for members and $45 for guests.

As always, men are welcome.

Let them know of any dietary concerns or allergies.  Cancellations must be received by Oct. 21 or you will be billed for your dinner.

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