Stop Self-sabotaging and Start Supercharging Your Business DevelopmentRegister
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Stop Self-sabotaging and Start Supercharging Your Business Development
We have human brains that tell us that business development is hard. We blame the market, research industry dynamics, the decision makers who aren’t calling us back or even our kids! When you’re busy, everything is fine, right? You get into the flow of a project and love your work. But when you’re not busy, you’re worrying about generating the next lead and avoiding the dreaded business development you know you should be doing. Rather than making time to act …you wait…and hope. What if you could re-imagine business development and make it less stressful? In this session you’ll be taught how to stop self-sabotaging and start supercharging your business development efforts now!
In this workshop-style session, you will:
- Learn to identify and intercept the 9 self-sabotaging tendencies that block your business development efforts
- Discover 5 strategies for conquering your obstacles so you can make your business development easier, faster, and less stressful
- Develop a fast-action plan for approaching your business development efforts more positively and proactively
Facilitator and Coach
Paula Rosecky is a Seattle-based facilitator, expert qualitative researcher, and coach. She uses her 20+ years in client side and service side market research to help teams build more effective relationships (with themselves and others) so they can generate impactful ideas and more business with less stress. She facilitates workplace and one on one trainings to tap into the inherent knowledge of the team or individual.
Paula received her MBA from RIT through the U.S. Business School in Prague and bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She leverages cognitive-behavioral methods, brain science, design thinking principles, and cultural dynamic sensitivity methods in her trainings and coaching approach.
Paula has served as co-chair of the QRCA, presented at both the QRCA and the Insights Association on topics such as innovation, inclusion, and creativity, and taught User Research at the School of Visual Concepts.
When not working, you’ll find her exploring her Ballard neighborhood, out traveling the world, or hanging out with her husband and two Russian Blues, Zümer and Ozzy.
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