“In an industry thatís become very complex and where our most precious commodity, time, has become even more dear, Kip Gregory's book, Winning Clients in a Wired World
provides all sales, marketing and client service professionals an indispensable tool to substantially increase work flow efficiencies. Kip's compendium of tools and processes will allow you to not only gather assets more effectively, but also (and more importantly) provide a disciplined approach to satisfying and retaining clients.”
Dear Friend —
Winning Clients in a Wired World exists for one simple reason: to help you be more productive in building, managing, and maintaining client
relationships through smarter use of resources you already own.
Today's PCs put more power in your hands than entire companies possessed just 25 years ago. Unfortunately, most of that power is buried in an overwhelming array of choices and options. Winning Clients explains exactly what to do to harness the potential hidden in your computer and on the Web, to achieve results you've only dreamed of.
Like an expert guide, the book shows you step-by-step how to master seven essential skills:
- organizing and managing knowledge
- formulating and executing improvement plans
- developing business intelligence and prospecting information
- communicating with key audiences
- presenting a professional image
- automating routine tasks
- delegating and outsourcing
I invite you to take a few minutes to read what others are saying about the book. Scan the table of contents. Browse the list of links of Web sites included in its pages. Or calculate how productive you are and how productive you could be using the Time is Money worksheet.
If you've been looking for practical, easy-to-follow advice on using technology and the Web to reach your next level of success, Winning Clients in a Wired World was written for you.
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