Two GBC classes are approaching their final stages this summer: Professional Selling and Starting a Small Business. The students both classes have been involved, interested and enthusiastic in both courses. And that's made it special.
The Professional Selling course focuses on improving selling skills through building long-term relationships. The premise is that a customer-for-life relationship begins by qualifying a prospect properly. Then by asking the right questions, build trust in solutions that add value for the customer. Many of the concepts covered can be applied to jobs that are not primarly sales positions and that's what makes this course valuable. Anyone looking to improve their understanding of how to perform better in their current job, look for a new job or change careers will enjoy this course.
The Starting a Small Business course winds up this week with our final class, a Field Trip for ice cream! One of the students opened an ice cream shop in the west end of Toronto and we're holding our final class at the shop to see a small business in action. In this class, we've been through a complete assessment of each student's business idea covering market assessment, marketing plan, financial planning and culminated with a finished Business Plan. Each student completing the course learned the key concepts on how to start and run their own business.
Both courses are on again this fall at George Brown College Continuing Education. You can register now at these links: Professional Selling Fall 2017 and Starting a Small Business Fall 2017.
Chris M Morales
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