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Professional Image Enhancement Workshop
July 12, 2018
A lot of people think that personality is all based upon the physical appearance of an individual. If a person is well dressed, it is said that he/she has a good personality, but that is not always the case. While it is often said that experience is a great teacher, it often means that we tend to continue what we have done in the past. Professional and personality development opens us up to new possibilities, strategies, knowledge and skill areas. That is the reason why the Sales and Development Team conducted the very first PRIME or Professional Image Enhancement Training and Workshop exclusive for BellaVita inhouse sellers last June. This whole day event was presented the Sales and Recruitment, and Marketing Team aims to improve and widen knowledge about the importance of having a positive attitude and perspective.
Prime focused on five important topics – The Power of First Impression, Personality, Stress Management, Conflict Management, and Self-Management and Motivation. These key topics are vital for every sales person because with the right personality and social skills, one can interact effortlessly with clients. Unfortunately, many people fail to realize the importance of being able to present themselves well in front of clients. Sellers being able to present themselves to the clients properly shows a big impact because they represent the brand, to which is BellaVita. As a special gift to our inhouse sellers, the Marketing team handed over the new BellaVita sellers shirt along with their own hygiene kit. Having able to train 130 sellers across 14 different projects; the goal is that by this kind of activity not only that the sellers will be able to obtain more clients but also gain self-confidence. The professional image, regardless of what it is now, can develop and evolve. The significant thing about this is that an individual can still do something about this. As Stephen Covey once said, “The key to success is dedication to lifelong learning”.