How to Score More Points
During the Shortlist Q&A
Focus on the Client (Not Your Firm)
Overcome Selection Committee Bias
Increase Your Revenue and Profitability
During Q&A, the questions you’ll be asked fall into three categories, and winning the contract is based as much on how you address the questions as it is on the content of your answers.
This unique and educational session will demonstrate how to instantly identify the type of question being asked, apply the most effective approach for answering it, and express the content of your answer in a way that focuses on the client (not your firm), giving the selection committee clear justification for awarding you the contract.
In this practical one-hour webinar you’ll also learn how to overcome the preexisting bias that can exist with some members of the selection committee, enhance the entire committee's perception of your presentation team, and gain their confidence in selecting you by specific actions your team takes before, during, and after the Q&A session.
Instantly categorize questions asked by the selection committee.
Use the best, stepwise approach for responding to each of the three types of questions, including how to effectively express content.
Enhance the selection committee’s perception of your presentation team and increase your score by actions your team takes before, during, and after the Q&A session.
Accomplish these objectives whether the Q&A session is in-person or virtual.
Register promptly because webinar capacity is limited.
Webinar Fee: $159 per person
Each registered person who attends the webinar
will receive a completion certificate for 1 PDH
for self-reporting continuing education.
Webinar Registration Cancellation Policy
Registrants can cancel at any time prior to the day of the webinar.
The challenges you face in the AEC industry are well understood by Chuck because he’s an engineer who has served as Project Manager, National Program Director, Seller/Doer, Corporate Director of Business Development, COO, CFO, and CEO at national and international multidisciplinary AEC firms. He knows what clients want because he’s personally delivered technical services to Federal, State, and Local government clients, and private sector clients spanning 35 industries.
Chuck's expertise in the industry has been demonstrated by his successful leadership of 11 start-ups, 13 turnarounds, 14 reorganizations, and countless new market, service, and geographic initiatives.
As a recognized expert on transformational leadership and the science of persuasive communication, Chuck's been invited to speak at more than 180 conferences and corporate events. He's a highly acclaimed Executive Coach, Trainer, and Professional Ghostwriter of competitive proposals and shortlist presentations, and serves as the President and CEO of Performance Management Group, Inc.
The challenges you face in the AEC industry are well understood by Chuck because he’s an engineer with over 40 years of experience who has served as Seller/Doer, Corporate Director of Business Development, COO, CFO, and CEO at national and international multidisciplinary AEC firms.
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.
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.
Each attendee submitting a paid registration and attending the full webinar will receive a Professional Development Hours (PDH) course completion certificate for self-reporting purposes.
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