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15 Questions Every AEC Employee
Should Ask Their Clients
Initiating a meaningful dialogue with your clients on critical topics and keeping them talking is key to:
Improving your company and individual performance
Understanding your client's business
Evaluating your competitors
Cross-selling your services
Expanding your client base
Regardless of your level in the organization, you need to know specifically what questions to ask. And you need to know how to ask in a way that will get your clients talking and keep them talking while you gather intelligence that will help you grow your business, elevate your firm's status in their eyes, strengthen your relationship with the client, and improve your return on business development investment.
You'll leave this webinar with guidance on what to ask, and knowledge and techniques for framing questions in a way that will help you be a better conversationalist and keep the client talking whether it's in person or on the telephone. This will help you lay the foundation for greater success.
Learn 15 questions that you should be asking to initiate a meaningful dialogue with your clients.
Learn the difference between open- and closed-ended questions and when to use each.
Learn how to be a better conversationalist so you can keep the client engaged as you gather valuable intelligence.
Learn how to end the conversation in a way that opens the door for future conversations.
Register promptly because webinar capacity is limited.
Webinar Fee: $99
Webinar Registration Cancellation Policy
Registrants can cancel at any time prior to the webinar.
The challenges you face winning work are well understood by Chuck because he's an engineer with 40 years of experience. This has included serving as a Seller/Doer, Corporate Director of Business Development, COO, CFO, and CEO of national and international multidisciplinary AEC firms serving private and government sector clients.
As a technical person who doesn't like to lose, early in his career Chuck began researching how to leverage science to win contracts a higher percentage of the time. The product of his more than 30 years of research is a proprietary communication process called CRACOM, which was chosen as the subject of an Innovation Showcase by the International Conference on Knowledge, Culture, and Change in Organizations, and featured at the International Association of Business Communicator's World Conference.
Because of Chuck's reputation as an expert on persuasive communication and transformational leadership, firms have relied on him to perform 12 turnaournds, 11 startups, launch countless new service, market sector, and geographic initiatives, and be the Professional Ghostwriter of their proposals, SOQs, and shortlist presentations.
To date, the organizers of more than 120 conferences and corporate meetings have invited Chuck to speak at their events. He is the author of two books, more than 70 published articles, and is a highly acclaimed Executive Coach. Chuck is the President and CEO of Performance Management Group, Inc.
Regarding Continuing Education Credits
Performance Management Group, Inc. (PMGI) is approved by the Florida Board of Professional Engineers as a provider (No. 0005276) of continuing education for Professional Engineers.
Each attendee submitting a paid registration will receive a Professional Development Hours (PDH) course completion certificate for self-reporting purposes.
Many states and various professional societies and associations accept Florida-approved PDH, but you should check to confirm this with organizations and states where you are licensed, registered, or certified, and verify they will accept education credits on the course topic.
What attendees say about our training...
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"We have had great success over the past few months using some of the ideas and techniques that you provided during your seminar. We have won 3 out of 4 shortlist interviews which has greatly impacted our win/loss ratio."
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