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Stoke On Trent: The Science Behind Why People REALLY Buy [FREE ONLINE B2B SALES TRAINING]


PLEASE REGISTER HERE FREE B2B SALES TRAINING For Entrepreneurs, Business Owners, Executives or Sales Professionals who are frustrated by achieving business growth with limited resources and budget. Here's what you'll learn in this free training: Step 1: Benchmark Test We'll take a quick benchmark test to see how good you are at selling your customers what they really want to buy so you don't make the mistake of selling people something they don't want to buy! It will also reveal why it is so important to understand exactly what YOUR customer is buying before you ever start to pitch them anything. Step 2: The Science Behind Why People REALLY Buy The Science behind why people REALLY buy YOUR product from YOU (I'm getting extra nerdy on this one) - The one thing the best salespeople know that you can steal to make more sales instantly. We'll combine physics, sales psychology and emotional intelligence to uncover the REAL reason people buy. Learning this ONE thing brought me from $0 to over $100 M in sales. Step 3: Step-by-Step Implementation Workshop The Step-by-Step implementation so you can apply this concept to your business to start closing more sales right now. I'll show you exactly how to apply this concept to your product or service so you walk away with an actual plan to implement this concept into your marketing and sales messaging. PLEASE REGISTER HERE PLEASE REGISTER HERE

Venue:
Stoke-on-Trent, GB
10 Foundary Street Stoke on Trent Stoke-on-Trent

When:
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 2.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Copy of Networking Event - Property & Construction


Referral Networking Event - Property & Construction Industry - Promoting the skills, talents, and passion of property and construction businesses in the region.

Venue:
Quality Hotel Stoke City Centre
66 Trinity Street Stoke

When:
Wed, 26 Jun 2019 7.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Buxton Jam Night


The Buxton Jam Night presents an evening of guitars, keyboards, banjos, bass guitars - you name it! It's a great place to meet and play with other musicians. All styles and abilities welcome. Come join in and play music together. There are instruments provided but you're welcome to bring your own too.

Venue:
London Road Inn
62-64 High Street Buxton

When:
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 9.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Cookery Course - Eat Well for Less



Venue:
Sandbach Town Hall
High Street Sandbach

When:
Thu, 20 Jun 2019 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Responding to Self-Harm Simulation Training (High School/Colleges)


Responding to Self-harm Simulation Training is based in Macclesfield District General Hospital (MDGH). This training is aimed at professionals working within the education sector, who care/support for children and young people. This style of training provides a safe and supported opportunity to practice responding to self-harm behavior. There will be optional pre-reading that describes the actor’s scenarios. Please note that this training is practical and involves involvement from all delegates (discussion/role-play). We have received feedback from previous delegates saying that this enables learning and improves confidence. Learning Objectives: Improved confidence & understanding of responding to self-harm Recognise active listening skills and practical development. Awareness of Gibbs reflective cycle and practical development Awareness of the self-harm pathway Understanding of confidentiality and self-harm.  

Venue:
Macclesfield District General Hospital
The Undercroft Building , Victoria Road Macclesfield

When:
Mon, 17 Jun 2019 1.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Sandbach BizMums


Join local mums in business to share what you do and make some new connections. You are welcome to bring your children along!  There will be a presentation from a guest speaker and the opportunity to ask any questions you may have. Please visit www.bizmums.biz for more details

Venue:
Old Hall
High Street Sandbach

When:
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Improving Volunteering Opportunities for People over the age of 60


You are invited to the Vintage Volunteers Improving Volunteering Opportunities for People over the age of 60 Research Event

Venue:
The Dudson Centre
Hope Street Stoke

When:
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Jimmy Carr: Terribly Funny


Deadpan, black humour and one-liners from the British TV favourite, known for his role as host of 8 Out Of 10 Cats, attempting to make light of dreadful things.

Venue:
Opera House
Water Street Buxton

When:
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 12.00am -
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 12.00am


PSA Staffordshire June Event


At our meeting this month we have a showcase presentation, a workshop and a keynote.Erica Sosna will deliver her showcase presentation titled 'Why stories matter':Stories matter. They're memorable, potent tools for us as individuals, speakers and community members. Stories help us make sense of our lives. They define the tribes we are a part of, the religions we follow and the people we become. We can use stories to share our career and life experiences with others, to convince clients to hire us and to make our talks inspiring and memorable. In this highly interactive talk, Erica will reveal the secret of successful storytelling and give you a practical framework to devise your own compelling stories.Find out more about Erica at www.ericasosna.comAlec Drew will deliver a workshop titled 'Your Speakers' Roadmap to Success'Alec tells us:Forty years of business experience has taught me that there are two sides to all businesses. The first side is the skill or craft of the sector you are in. For example you maybe an Accountant, Banker, Plumber or Professional Speaker and to gain this particular knowledge you must study and hone the skills required. Some professions or trades may require third level qualifications and others require you to learn the skill from your peers. Whichever it is it will be a continual life learning experience.The other side is what I call the ‘business of the business’ which is learning the necessary skills to run a business. Most of us start with one or two skills and then buy in or learn the other skills required. This is also a lifelong learning process so this document should help you shortcut your journey and while I have not covered everything I hope that I have managed to point you in the right direction.By taking part in this workshop you will learn how to access business tools, knowledge and professional services that you may need to be successful, on a shoestring budget.About Alec Drew: Some people have an academic viewpoint and share their knowledge of business based on theories. Some talk from a single industry viewpoint but Alec talks about business based on practical lessons learned over the last 40 years in four different sectors and how you can use that experience to increase profits and reduce costs. He is a great believer in the power of the simple and helps management untangle the clutter so that they can focus on the key areas that drive revenue. He shows how simple technology can make a substantial difference in reducing costs once the right culture is in the organisation.Alec is an author, international speaker, radio show host, MC and consultant who loves the challenge of helping companies grow. His ‘keen eye for detail’ recently identified how a small change in management behaviour added 5% to the bottom line of a company within three days of meeting with them.He is Past President of the Professional Speaking Association, Ireland, a Member of the Global Speaking Federation, a former Council Member and longest continuing member of Dublin Chamber of Commerce.Alec’s relaxed and humorous style backed up with a wealth of true life stories delivers a unique perspective on how business can be that simple.Find out more about Alec here: http://www.alecwdrew.comOur keynote speaker is Alan Stevens. The title of his keynote presentation is 'How to develop a world-class speaker reputation’About Alan:Alan Stevens is a Fellow and Past President of the PSA, and is also a qualified public relations professional, being a Member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations. He has written a bunch of books about media and speaking, and his latest book, The Exceptional Speaker, co-authored with Paul du Toit, was published in September 2013. He's been appearing frequently on radio and television since 1979, and he set up and ran Which? Online in 1996, which included online social networking features, years before Facebook. The Independent newspaper listed him as “one of the UK’s top ten media experts”. Alan lives in London with his wife and teenage daughter, where he enjoys running, rock music and fine food and wine, though not all at the same time.If you speak for a living (e.g. a professional speaker, trainer, presenter in the media) or aspire to do so, then this is the group for you! Also, if you regularly give professional presentations to help showcase or promote your business, this group could really benefit you.Come ready to share, learn, give and receive feedbackWe gather every month, generally on the third Tuesday evening each month. Evening timings: arrive at 18:00 for an 18:30 start, and we aim to conclude the activities of the event at around 21:00 with final networking ’til 21:30.There will be a small selection of sandwiches and chips provided at the meeting along with tea and coffee.Please note that we now meet at The Potters Club just across the road from Stoke Station, at: The Potters Club, Federation House, Station Road, Stoke-on-Trent ST4 2SA Tel: 01782 848869https://thepottersclub.co.uk/
(See https://l4b.me/potters for directions)If you wish to ask questions about the PSA meetings before booking, please feel free to call the PSA Staffs Regional President Roger Fairhead on 07812 356631. The Staffordshire PSA team look forward to seeing you!Kind Regards,Roger Fairhead Regional President, PSA Staffordshire     How do we use your data? When you register to attend a PSA event, we share your name and contact details with the person running the event. For regional meetings, this will be the Regional President. They may share these details with members of the Regional Committee, for the purposes of contacting you about the event, welcoming you, and following up with you afterwards.

Venue:
Potters Club
Station Road Northwood

When:
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 6.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Bible Story Craft - Year 1


Bible Story Craft - Year 1 Explore the concept of respect creatively through the story of The Good Samaritan. Due to the success of the Spring term workshops taking place in the Lighthouse, we are really pleased to be able to offer more opportunities for you and your child to spend quality time together. *If a workshop requires payment you will need to pay at the office prior to attending the workshop. Workshops will only take place with a minimum of 5 children. Any workshops with less than 5 children booked in will unfortunately have to be cancelled. If you decide to book through facebook, your place is not booked unless you are sent an e-ticket. You will need to show this ticket before the workshop begins.

Venue:
The Lighthouse Centre
Eaves Lane , Bucknall Stoke

When:
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 2.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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