This training facility is designed to assist doctors and nurses who are not currently in the cosmetic medicine industry learn the essential skills needed to enter this sector. In addition, doctors and nurses who are already in the field will have the opportunity to expand their existing skills or learn new skills.
Dragonfly Transformations’ focus is to teach sales skills and customer relationship skills as these skills are foundational to the building of a profitable and sustainable practise.
Our first information evening is Wednesday 27 November 2013.
What’s the Strategic Alliance programme about? Well no business is an island, and no single business has the answers to every business challenge. That is why Dragonfly Transformations has developed a Strategic Alliance programme.
The Strategic Alliance is an exclusive programme which represents organisations who share the philosophy of delivering the best possible client outcomes. Collectively we know that sometimes to achieve the highest calibre outcomes we seek for our clients, we need to step beyond borders of our business focus, and where appropriate work together with other organisations.
Over the next few weeks I’ll introduce you to some of my Strategic Alliance partners. Stay tuned.
Neuroleadership is an emerging field of study connecting neuroscientific knowledge with the fields of leadership development, management training, change management, consulting and coaching. This knowledge or framework of thought is at the foundation of the services offered by Dragonfly Transformations.
The NeuroLeadership Institute helps individuals and organizations fulfill their potential through better understanding how the human brain functions, at the level of individuals, teams and whole systems.
It defines both how we absorb knowledge, and how we communicate with others.
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We often assume we are treating our customers well, but its worthwhile to step back from time to time and ask ourselves two questions:
1. “am I treating my customers well?”.
2. “could I treat my customers better?”.
You may have the best product in the world, but first and foremost people buy from people. If your clients are starting to feel you aren’t treating them well then its the equivalent to opening your doors to your competitors.