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Getting your ideas across and moving people to action are the foundation of persuasion a skill that you cannot have too much of. Presenting with Passion is about being relevant and understood ...

Getting your ideas across and moving people to action are the foundation of persuasion a skill that you cannot have too much of. Presenting with Passion is about being relevant and understood (remarkable) and making a lasting positive impact on your audience (memorable).

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    Present with Passion Present with Passion Presentation Transcript

    • 1
    • What are your desired outcomes?
    • Influence and inspire?
    • Engage and energize?
    • Move to action?
    • How can we avoid this?
    • Get their commitment to take positive action
    • Reality check
    • A better reality check
    • Time to party !
    • How does a typical „Buyer‟ feel?
    • They are doing this
    • They are stuck in the sand of indecision
    • Guide them through an established process
    • Ask questions about their constraints 15
    • Show them what is possible
    • Help them anticipate SalesChannel Europe ©2009 SalesChannel Europe. All rights reserved 17
    • Navigate the bends
    • Lead them into the unknown
    • Show them how to get there 20
    • the Problem
    • Sounds really interesting!
    • Really stupid!
    • Tell them more...
    • … and when we do?
    • The result
    • Yes, No Sale
    • People buy not because of Product or Price. They buy because they feel understood.
    • the Solution
    • Get them “destination dreaming” SalesChannel Europe ©2009 SalesChannel Europe. All rights reserved
    • “I want to be there”
    • This could be your people
    • The dilemma ?
    • Focus on what delegates want
    • SalesChannel . . . and what the Management Team wants Europe ©2009 SalesChannel Europe. All rights reserved 36
    • AND thinking
    • Delegates want recognition and fun Management wants measurable results
    • Align with their desired outcomes
    • Present with passion
    • 1 2 3 things to remember
    • 1. The power of story telling 2. How to create “sticky stories” 3. Present to win
    • 1 The power of story telling
    • Proposal-centric presenting
    • Capture their interest
    • By telling stories
    • Become a Story Teller
    • SalesChannel Europe Stories make us see things differently ©2009 SalesChannel Europe. All rights reserved
    • Stories create alignment
    • Stories appeal to our emotions
    • Take them on an emotional Roller Coaster ride
    • Capture their hearts 53
    • …then capture their minds 54
    • Give them lots of great ideas
    • … then help them select the best one
    • 2 How to create sticky stories
    • Creating Ideas that Stick – CREDIBLE CREDIBLE
    • IN CREDIBLE
    • Success: ideas that stick
    • Creating Ideas that Stick Persuasive (sticky) ideas: Sticky = understandable, memorable, and effective in changing thought or behaviour Six Principles*: • S - Simple • U - Unexpected • C - Concrete • C - Credible • E - Emotions • S - Stories *based on ideas from the book “Made to Stick” Why some ideas survive and others die. By Chip Heath & Dan Heath, Random House, 2007
    • You collect them
    • Collecting Stories
    • Green or black stories?
    • Black stories SalesChannel createEurope a sense of….. ©2009 SalesChannel Europe. All rights reserved
    • ….urgency SalesChannel Europe ©2009 SalesChannel Europe. All rights reserved 67
    • SalesChannel Europe Motivate us to take action ©2009 SalesChannel Europe. All rights reserved
    • Creating Ideas that Stick Get People to Act : • Remember how SUCCES helps people to: – Understandable Simple – Pay attention Unexpected – Understand and remember it Concrete – Believe and agree Credible – Care Emotional – Be able to act on it Stories *based on ideas from the book “Made to Stick” Why some ideas survive and others die. By Chip Heath & Dan Heath, Random House, 2007 69
    • 3 Present to win
    • “Eighty percent of success is showing up.” Woody Allen
    • SalesChannel Europe Change their position ©2009 SalesChannel Europe. All rights reserved
    • ABC (Me) Inc. Corporate Overview SalesChannel Europe • Established in 1945 • 13,051 employees world wide • Offices in 42 countries • Revenues $15.6B • First vendor to launch RISC technology in 1978 • Ranked #1 by IDG Market Study 2006 • Won the AGP Gold Quality Award in 2007 • We are the best. Smart people know this. You should to! ©2009 SalesChannel Europe. All rights reserved 1
    • Audience Buy-in “Measurable Results” Focused Attention Audience Buy-in Audience Attention
    • Audience Engagement Us Them NOW Our Their Past Future 75
    • The Buyer’s Decision Process 1. Person 2. Company 3. Product 4. Price (Value) 5. Why Now? SalesChannel Europe ©2009 All rights reserved 76
    • Create a fresh perspective 77
    • Get them excited by their own better future
    • Get them to „lift their gaze‟
    • Help them make a decision
    • Give them an engagement procedure to follow
    • A big reality check
    • Time to party again !
    • 1. The power of story telling 2. How to create “sticky stories” 3. Present to win
    • Presentation Flight Path Checklist
    • Present with Passion – Take Aways 1. Practice a passion for understanding • People buy not because of Product or Price. They buy because they feel understood • Align with their desired outcomes • Start strong. “You don’t get a 2nd change to make a 1st impression.” • Involve them immediately by asking questions: open -> closed 2. The power of storytelling: • We make emotional decisions that they justify with logic and rational reasoning • Move their hearts and their minds will follow • Use stories, anecdotes and humor to influence, persuade and move to action 3. How to create “sticky stories” • Collect them, build a library of “sticky stories” • Green stories and especially Black stories • SUCCES: Simple, Unexpected, Concrete, Credible, Emotional and Stories 4. Present to win: • You can’t do this without being there • Demonstrate that you are passionate about their better future • Finish strong: summarize key ideas and actions, then agree next steps
    • Present with Passion – Sales Strategy 1. You sell your creativity and capability to deliver “the dream event” 2. They buy your expertise and professional track record to ensure they get the “the dream event” 3. You deliver “the dream event” that is truly memorable, totally remarkable and exceeds everyone’s expectations
    • Enjoy yourself and have fun If you do, they will too!
    • David R Ednie President & CEO SalesChannel Europe SARL Ph: +33 676 600 925 Email: david@saleschannel-europe.com Website: www.saleschannel-europe.com Blog: http://saleschannel.blogspot.com 89
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