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Happy Monday, Let's Talk Sales listeners! On this week's episode, we bring back Jerome Deroy–our first ever 3-time guest! Check out our previous conversations with him on storytelling here (Ep. 199) and here (Ep. 35).
Jerome is the CEO of Narativ, an organization that helps companies engage their clients, staff, and leadership to take action and activate behavioral change. Based in NYC, Jerome also lectures at Parsons New School of Design in New York City on The Art of Storytelling.
On Wednesday, June 9th at 3:30pm, we will be partnering with Jerome for a webinar on How to Distill Your Company's Secret Sauce. Participants will walk away with actionable strategies and concepts for collaborative success. Sign up today!
Discussion with Jerome Deroy
In this episode, we cover:
- The value of water cooler conversations
- Rebuilding casual conversations in virtual settings
- The importance of themed and agenda-less conversations
- Intentional, deliberate on-boarding for new hires
- How to tell stories and how to receive their value
- Strengthening communication after over a year of disconnection
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- Elizabeth Frederick on LinkedIn
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