9 Reminders of What Great Coaching is

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Match vigorously Becoming like them will lubricate communication. Listen and use their language and key words. Note how much emphasis is put on their words and use these yourself. Some coaches note down just the key words on paper to use later. Naturally you mirror their physiology, their energy, eye contact. What about pace and tone of voice, hand gestures, but only when you talk. Create Presence Start with a relaxed and open state, no…

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Paul Archer is a specialist in selling and helps clients to improve their sales, their sales coaching and improve customer engagement. He has worked with clients who want to boost production from their B2B sales teams, their face to face B2C teams, telephone based Inside Sales teams.

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