Survey Response for Cold Calling
Thanks for the 2 sessions you had with us, we enriching and encouraging sessions.
Something I find useful is the idea of the matrix which is very useful esp we can refer quickly to the kinds of insurance suitable to the people we speak to.
I also learnt that when we talk to them shouldn’t be too direct and should build rapport during the conversation while we check into the concerns they may have.
I also like the way you do the follow-up. Sometimes the prospects may not want to look at it now but maybe later.
Thanks so much for your insightful sharing.
Prudential Financial Consultant
A senior Corporate B2B real estate consultant
Survey Response for Strategic Networking
Beneficial part is the approach to meeting new people during a networking session.”
Chio Huey Huey
Also the intelligent questions in small talks.
I find most beneficial are the questions being asked to the person whom you are trying to connect with.”
The beneficial elements learnt are the soft skills in handling stigma of an “insurance agent introductory speech”.”
Strategic networking and preparation with the application of strategic networking and preparation.”
Survey Response for Time Management
Leung Kai Feng
The need for prioritisation when it comes to tasks on hand. Not everything is equally important as much as they seem they do.”
Various ways and apps to help in productivity.”
Survey Response for Strategic Business and Marketing Plan
Sherina Wong. Chief Travel Planner
Rere Travel Planners
“The salon sharing was particularly interesting because it served as a good reminder for out-of-the-box adjacent space solutions.”
Ng Chongming. Co-founder
Putting BMC model on paper helps with clarity. I have that paper pinned to my new cork board at home now. We discussed a lot about sales methodology and the exchanges definitely helped to either verify or debunk my understanding of my methods so far.
Miyavi Lim. Founder
“Christina is passionate about the subject. The sharing is forward-thinking, strategic and innovation.
The part about how we should move away from transactional thinking and into strategic thinking is most beneficial.”