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Asking the question

‘Who, how, what, why, where, when?’…

There was a time when I worked as a national sales manager for a major company. I had been employed as their transport manager, running the fleet of lorries and coordinating the  complex delivery of portable buildings and unusual cargoes. 1,112 more words


In Negotiations, Focus on Questions, Not Answers

Skilled negotiators focus more on questioning than on answering. Sharpen your negotiation skills with this review of effective questioning techniques and sample helpful questions. 460 more words

Litigation Strategy

Asking the Right Questions

While learning the answers to close-ended questions might be interesting, one can easily find those from a survey. To understand why a person feels, thinks or behaves a certain way, researchers must ask questions in qualitative methods of data collection that prompt… 350 more words


Feb 18: Meetup 25 - Sales workshop

Selling Skills For Everybody

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Mr. Shivaram – Founder Retail Gurukul, boutique Consulting and Training Company for retail industry in India & UAE. 100+ companies, 6000+ people in retailing… 54 more words


Surveys: Time for a major upgrade

This article was originally published by Customer Experience Magazine on February 8, 2017. It was written by Eric Pendleton, our awesome Product Training Manager. You can read the original article… 781 more words

Natural Language Understanding

Why isn't parmesan cheese a mandatory ingredient in chicken parmesan?

Chicken Parmesan requires 3 ingredients: Chicken, a tomato-based sauce, and mozzarella cheese. It’s often served without Parmesan cheese. This is silly. It should be called Chicken Mozzarella.


Asking open-ended question in interviews

Most attorneys probably understand that they should ask open-ended questions on direct examination.  During cross-examination, that is generally the time to ask leading questions.  The reality is that a job interview is much like a direct examination where open-ended questions are preferable. 529 more words

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