Learn whiteboard presenting in minutes not hours? It’s true!

When it comes to learning new skills, one thing is certain. It must be easy and fast. Whiteboard skills for selling and presenting are no exception.

The entire system for learning new whiteboard selling skills is rapid and easy. Many business owners and entrepreneurs are already crazy busy. They are racing against the clock to do their work, respond to customers and manage employees. Many professionals have a hard time learning new selling skills while they are working 14-hour days.

New advances in online training have transformed the way people learn critical communication skills. These changes include video tutorials, blueprints, checklists, worksheets and 24-hour access. These advances make it easier and faster to learn new whiteboard skills for selling and presenting. Until now, professionals needed to rely on extensive training, expensive seminars and training programs offered only for elite leaders.

Learning a new visual language for whiteboard interaction is within your grasp. Best of all, you’ll use your natural strengths and unique skills to develop your personal style.

In fact, let’s start building skills right now. Practice with a pen and paper, or marker and whiteboard.

The Whiteboard Culture
Develop a whiteboard culture in your business. What’s the fastest way to do this? Encourage collaboration and idea generation sessions while mapping out discussion in real time.

Organize your office to encourage peers and team members to sketch out suggestions, projects and team deliverables. If you’re a leader or in charge of a team, remember this: people look to you for leadership in words and deeds. When you’re avid about using the whiteboard for internal and external meetings, your team will follow your lead.

Study Room For Whiteboarding
Learning new skills requires ongoing focus. Like learning a foreign language, your skills will grow with coaching, targeted training, practice and refinement. Create a study room for open-ended whiteboard experimentation. Encourage your team to invest in trying out new frameworks to show ideas and share information.

Hint: The name of your room makes a huge difference. A few to choose from: study room, collaboration zone, or innovation center. Each name invokes a feeling of creative openness. Pick a name for your room…and don’t pick it in isolation. Work together with your team to find the name that fits best.

Adult Learning and Selling
Adults learn differently than children. Where children learn for the pleasure and exploration of new ideas, adults need to understand why. When you initiate selling visually at the whiteboard, explain your reasons. State this upfront.

“I’m working at the whiteboard to simplify a complex process.”
“I’m showing this at the whiteboard to give you a fast visual overview.”

Include your audience in on your reasons for using the whiteboard. This seems like a small thing—but it has a tremendous positive impact. Your audience feels included and actively participating in the event.

Whiteboard On The Spot
Clients love impromptu interaction in selling. It shows that you and your sales team are willing to think on your feet. It shows that you’re not giving a canned speech. And it says a lot about not only how you present, but also how you do business.

Whiteboarding shows that you are agile, collaborative and flexible. If these qualities reflect your style—and your brand, there is a natural alignment. The way you present, sell and engage your audience paints a vivid and accurate picture for customers and prospects.

Selling at the whiteboard requires a shift in culture, environment, communication and flexibility. Mastering these skills is easy and fast with targeted professional training. If you’ve been considering learning this powerful skill, now is the time to take action.

Boost your whiteboard skills and boost your sales. Online training is convenient, easy and flexible for even the most hectic schedule. Imagine how you’ll feel when you enjoy the results of this quarter’s efforts.

Author's Bio: 

Milly Sonneman is a recognized expert in visual language. She is the co-director of Presentation Storyboarding, a leading presentation training firm, and author of the popular guides: Beyond Words and Rainmaker Stories available on Amazon. Milly helps business professionals give winning presentations, through Email Marketing skills trainings at Presentation Storyboarding. You can find out more about our courses or contact Milly through our website at: http://www.presentationstoryboarding.com/