GUIDES & VIDEO SERIES

 

IT’S NICE TO SHARE

Over the years we’ve been asked to contribute, comments, insights and thought leadership pieces for a range of audiences.

BBC

Harvard Business Review

Director Magazine

They’ve all come knockin’…

We thought it would be useful to collate some of the stand out contributions for those looking for presentation inspiration. Have a good look around – we cover a lot of ground; from exploring the power of storytelling, how to analyse your audience or a step-by-step guide to perfecting your pitch presentation. Oh, and lots of useful hacks on how to tame PowerPoint.

Like we said, it’s nice to share…

THE FIVE INGREDIENTS FOR A SUCCESSFUL SALES KICK-OFF

In this five-part video series, Eyeful’s MD and founder Simon Morton offers his experience and advice to those in the position of planning their company’s sales kick-off event…

EPISODE 1 – OBSESSING OVER ROI (IN A GOOD WAY)

Sales kick-offs don’t come cheap. They cost a lot of time and effort planning and organising, and there is a large investment price tag attached once you’ve paid for the venue, the speakers and the time for taking your entire sales team off the road…

Simon Morton discusses how obsessing over your sales kick-off’s objective is no bad thing…

EPISODE 2 – BEWARE THE EGO SPEAKER

​Simon Morton discusses how speakers should be chosen based on the value they bring to your objective – not on their job title…

EPISODE 3 – LESS IS MORE

Nobody has ever complained about a presentation being too short, the same goes for sales kick-off’s.

Simon Morton discusses how you could condense your sales kick-off whilst still improving your sales teams results… 

EPISODE 4 – GIVE YOURSELF A FIGHTING CHANCE

Everyone loves a hard worker willing to stay late for the team. But is working late, working smart?

Simon Morton discusses how a different (smarter) approach could lead to a more productive and successful experience for all… 

EPISODE 5 – FOLLOW UP TO MAXIMISE ROI

When the music stops and the dust settles, the party’s only just getting started.

Simon Morton discusses how a long term follow up plan can maximise your success and your investment… 

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