Watching them at work and taking notes
I was in hospital in South Wales, the Morriston Coronary Care Unit undergoing a series of tests and observations across 11 days.
I returned home fitter and more ease.
Watching, each day, the consultants on my ward communicate to colleagues and patients was remarkable opportunity to see and hear some of the most professional people on this planet.
In fact very nurse, every doctor and every other person on the wards who contribute so much, was a remarkable experience.
Watching and taking notes of these wonderful people
This August I was in hospital in South Wales: Morriston Coronary Care Unit undergoing a series of tests and observations across 11 days.
Aside from returning home fitter and more at ease, that time was a remarkable opportunity to see and hear some of the most professional people on this planet.
Every nurse, every doctor and every other person on the wards, who contribute so much, was a complete delight.
TB September 2018
STORY THOUGHTS – Use every opportunity to share
If your instincts tell you that people would like to hear your story, share it, use an event or internal session to share your stories. Have a couple of stories in your top pocket – people will remember you through your stories.
STORY THOUGHTS: Mix it up
Use different ways of communicating, different materials.
It does not have to be PowerPoint all the time.
How about using the flip chart to tell your tale?
My last big pitch for business was on three sheets of A3. The company following me had forty-four slides.
A great piece via firstname.lastname@example.org and by Eric Barker at TIME This excellent article prompts thoughts about using rituals to win new business! © 2015 Time Inc. All rights reserved.
So, below are ideas for NB ritual questions/notes to self
BEFORE your meeting Objectives clearly established? Clear understanding of the Client’s agenda? Anticipation of likely push back from Client’s end?
DURING your meeting Is the idea, proposal and conversation really tailored to the Client’s agenda? Was the story clear? Was the story persuasive? Were the questions well handled? Did the meeting finish with clear actions and next steps?
Another good ritual? Read all about emerging technologies sensibly applied at http://www.hereforth.com Once a week the hereforth newsletter appears and is quite brilliant