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The right to take up someone’s time

Some people have the right to interrupt you and take up your time, other people don’t. In this lesson, Bryony Thomas, a consultant and trainer in marketing transformation programmes, discusses the process whereby you might earn the right to place your marketing in front of people.

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Working with the best people

How do you go about making sure you are working with only the best people? In this lesson, Thomas Barta, a C-suite marketing consultant to many Fortune 500 CEOs, explains why working with the best is so crucial and how to go about finding them.

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Planning for an interview

Whether you are facing tough questioning on a tv programme , for a job interview or in the boardroom, how do you prepare for the questions you don’t want to be asked? In this lesson, Speaker, Media and Presentation coach Michael Dodd, explains how saying AMEN really helps!

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Logic versus emotion

You can’t draw somebody into really engaging with the logic of your product or service unless you’ve first triggered an emotional response. In this lesson, Bryony Thomas, a consultant and trainer in marketing transformation programmes, explains what she calls, the logic sandwich.

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Are Marketers a cost or revenue?

Finance departments often see ‘Sales’ as revenue, but ‘Marketing’ as a cost on the business. In this lesson, Thomas Barta, a C-suite marketing consultant to many Fortune 500 CEOs, explains why it is so important for marketers to ensure they are recognized as a revenue driver.

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The Power of Stories

Since we were small children, we all love stories, and that is important from a marketing point of view as well. In this lesson, Speaker, Media and Presentation coach Michael Dodd, explains how stories work in business and how you find them.

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Working in the V zone

What’s the most important issue for you as a marketer? You’ve got your customer’s needs on one hand, the company’s needs on the other, and the ‘V’ zone is the bit in the middle – that’s were you are. Thomas Barta, explains how a marketer can identify where that ‘V’ zone is.