Salespeople and business professionals today want real-world skills and strategies so they can increase sales, get better results and make more money.
Today’s conference audiences want real-world skills and strategies that apply to their business. They want to increase sales and business.
How can you make your sales meeting or conference more successful? You work with a business professional whose experience includes both professional speaking and selling.(And successful sales, too. Maura was recognized as one of Chevron’s top salespeople in the United States.)
Your meeting is an opportunity for you to shine! Let Maura work with you to achieve your meeting objectives. Programs can be customized to your group in either seminar or keynote formats.
Your delighted participants will leave with new ideas that they can immediately apply to their selling and business to improve their performance and increase sales results.
Her primary objective is to first determine if there’s a match with her work and your objectives. If there is, she will work with you to deliver the best presentation for your audience by incorporating your objectives into her program. Maura also leads break out sessions and is a panel moderator. She was the producer and host of IEEE in Action.
I enjoyed Maura's presentation and her no nonsense approach to the basics. The basics are what I see companies get away from so many times and it would seem that it is the easiest thing to do. Maura's humorous presentation with "back to the basics" had me thinking about the gaps in my own customer service and those of my team.
-AVP-Business Banking Community Credit Union
|“I attended your Real World Selling Session at the IAEM Annual Meeting, and it was terrific. Typically I am the type that is easily disengaged, however, I could have sat in that session for another hour. I have already begun to implement some of the techniques offered in the seminar.”National Sales ManagerCobb Galleria CentreAtlanta, GA”Customer Service is more than you think. Today we get caught up with many of the technical aspects of customer service. Maura’s humorous presentation with “back to the basics” had me thinking about the gaps in my own customer service and those of my team.”
AVP-Business Banking, Community Credit Union“I truly enjoyed Maura’s presentation both on a personal and professional level. It is reassuring to know that traits such as self-awareness, assertiveness, drive, and passion are those that are recognized and eventually awarded in life as well as on the field of competition. It is reassuring to know that we all face the same types of challenges in the workplace, whether it be in the coaching world or business world…and it is reassuring to know that if I continue to work hard and love what I do then I will define my own success and reach it. It was great to hear someone so passionate and driven in such a different area. I was inspired.”Lauren Koelemay
Assistant Softball Coach
Nicholls State University
Thibodaux, LA“Topic & Presentation Fantastic!”
“Good info” – “Could have listened a long time!”
“Yes! I enjoyed her! I need this information. I really took a lot away from it.”
“More speakers like this one!”
“I loved it! Very interesting!”
“Speaker related to all of us. Her ideas applied to everyone.”
“Great speaker! Helpful info to use right now!”
“It was informative and engaging.”
Women in Executive Leadership
“Last night I was in attendance at your PMI Dallas Chapter meeting. I loved your presentation! I must tell you that our President made a mistake during his announcements. The biggest announcement of the evening was that YOU were presenting that night, not someone visiting us months from now.
Dallas Project Management Institute
7 Habits of Highly Successful Businesspeople
What can you do to be more successful? In this humorous and information filled presentation, your audience will learn strategies to ensure their business success. These are the habits of highly successful businesspeople. This program can also be presented as a break out program.
If you’re on track to reach your selling goals and especially if you’re not, these rules for selling will help you sell more now. Learn what you can do in the real-world of selling to ensure your sales success. You’ll take away some new ideas that you can apply to your selling so you can make it easier for your customers to buy from you.
Learn To Be Lucky
How lucky can you be? If you’ve ever wanted to be “lucky”, this is your chance. Research shows that people can actually make their own good and bad fortune, enhancing the amount of luck they have in life. You will learn what you can do to increase your luck in life.
Think Like a KING
In this motivating and humorous presentation, your audience will hear how Knowledge, Inspiration, Needs and Growth can propel them to succeed in business and life.
How to Hire Great Salespeople
You want to hire a great salesperson and not get “sold” in the process. Hiring great salespeople gets easier when you know what to look for in a candidate. You have to be careful. You want that person to be able to deliver. Maura will show you how to spot the “real deal.” You’ll see how to keep your sales staff motivated when you look at your own management style. You’ll hire great salespeople when you implement these hiring strategies.
“I am still receiving wonderful comments from our team about your outstanding grasp of the subject matter combined with humor and application to our organization
“My staff was talking about what they learned in your presentation after it was over. Most important, they were using the information to analyze the people they work with. I would recommend your work to other managers who want a dynamic program that improves their team’s performance and understanding.”
“I met and hired Maura over a year ago to create a training class for my customer service team of 60. The class went exceptionally well. The team still raves about it. We are bringing her back to teach additional sessions to a larger team. She is a great teacher and was quick to pick up on additional needs. She then adjusted to include the “extra” things and make the class outstanding.”
“What a great pleasure it was having you speak at our June 2003 Sales Meeting. This presentation is still ‘the’ topic of conversation among our sales force and already days have passed!”