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FITIS workshop on ‘Emotional Intelligence for Sales Professionals’

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Federation of Information Technology Industry Sri Lanka (FITIS) has organised a workshop on ‘Emotional Intelligence for Sales Professionals’ on 4 July at 9 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. at Bartleet House, Colombo-2. 

Management and Marketing Consultant, Certified Trainer and Senior Lecturer Prasanna Perera

The objective of this program is to educate the participants on the principles and concepts of Emotional Intelligence and to highlight to participants how the concept of Emotional Intelligence helps in the attainment of sales targets. This will be an interactive workshop style program with ample opportunities for audience participation. 

Training tools such as power point presentations by the trainer, individual and group exercises and video based learning for better engagement of participants. Few of the topics covered by this workshop are the concept of Emotional Intelligence, the need of EQ than IQ for salespersons, the emotional competence framework, emotional tendencies that guide or facilitate salespersons reaching goals/targets, and using emotional intelligence to tackle buyer objections and rejections.

Management and Marketing Consultant, Certified Trainer and Senior Lecturer Prasanna Perera will lead the workshop. For further details on this workshop,

Call – 11 2665 261.

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