Business sales training in 'Ural School of Business' Sales Training Training in Russia assumed the character of the epidemic. Each year, companies allocate to business sales training hundreds of thousands of dollars. According to a recent study by Begin Group most wanted trainings in Chelyabinsk are training in sales management, time conflicts, and staff. We decided to visit one of the most popular – sales training Understanding with participants in the training business cozy office at 9 am were eight people: five heads, a couple of representatives of MTI ("look, learn") and journalist. The ninth member training – executive director of entertainment centers Volgograd – came after half an hour. By the time during the operational confession dating in the best traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous 35-year-old coach, Valery Dudkin found that almost all of his "patients" miracles of healing are not wait, just eager to "learn something new." Sweet smiling Helen admits that she is training sales business a second time: after the first experience back to their home construction company and tried to implement this knowledge.
The administration of "not understand", and the woman had to quit. But the presence of mind is clearly not lost Helen: "I am convinced that much after the second training sales find a suitable job where I can realize themselves." "Colleagues! Proceed to occupation "- Dudkin called on the audience to order. Along the way, saying that in his time under his direction was 120 and he knows both theoretical and practical aspects of management. To warm up the audience was asked to decide about eight situational tasks and put them aside. First day sales training business, what is meant by "situational leadership", it was found after five hours, after rascherchivaniya schemes and videootryvkov view. On the screen flashed funny episodes from the lives of American companies: a 30-year zavskladom in English, but his fingers to explain the subordinate teenagers how to use a computer alert system delivery, the other black head office sent out roughly forty years of the blonde in the workplace and told him not to wrestle with statistics, and commanded a sad mannered Scandinavian African-American to agree with my colleague on competitive tactics of war, certainly in the restaurant (and nowhere else).
Students for the lack of knowledge with other equally valid skills, like learning to systematize and to outline the content, deal with unforeseen events that may arise during examination or naturally act to avoid detection. Madrid, 28 December. Students who copy their peers on tests or have better job prospects than the rest, according to a study by the American Fibbestland University, in collaboration with the National Institute Fairplay. The study was conducted on a sample of 1,500 professionals with university degrees. To prevent participants lie, the surveys were anonymous. About 70% admitted to have copied at least once in their life in a test, and over 40% did so regularly.
23% of those who deny that they copied declare that they did so for fear of reprisals, while only 11% rejected as an act copy dishonorable. In addition, looking into the current work situation of respondents, the study found a curious relationship: those who routinely copied at the University had obtained jobs significantly better, both for monetary reward (between 20 and 30% more) as the responsibility of office. The study authors have developed a number of theories that justify the data. The first step was to assess the skills necessary for the university exams. The preparation of chops required capacity for synthesis of materials. Moreover, given the impossibility of making chops of all matter, cheaters are obliged to select the content they consider important and try to guess the questions that ultimately the teacher will choose, by analyzing many factors. While the other students simply repeat more or less faithfully the notes, cheats, a series of capabilities that the current university system is not able to assess, not the labor market and particularly the Spanish culture where the pitch has deep roots. The selection of candidates by firms is increasingly oriented to the search of aptitudes, to the detriment of academic records. The change that is occurring in this regard is reflected also in the novel and more effective study methods used in many of the most prestigious international postgraduates, such as the case method, which is to present the student with a problem that simulates the typical complications that can occur in a company. The student then must analyze the situation, assess the problem and make one or more solutions.