Monitoring union activities
Improves cash flow
Creates virtual reality
The manager of a wholesale business awards a supply contract to his/her spouse's company.
A logistics manager negotiates with a shipping company for lower carrier fees.
Warehouse personnel request permission to purchase company inventory for personal use.
A food distributor dispenses product samples to a potential customer.
Make eye contact
Know when to speak
Find out what other people in the group know about the product
Encourage the team to avoid setting ground rules
Keep the group on track by stopping others from offering unusual ideas
Walk around the room during discussions to keep energy in the group
The opening should avoid mentioning any problems
It should criticize the competition
The closing should emphasize price
It should encourage the reader to take action
Weekly activity report
Keep your promises
Ask questions that can't be answered "yes" or "no"
Wait until the customer is ready to "open up"
Put the customer at ease by doing all the talking
Try to close as soon as possible
Encourage consumers to buy
Increase production now
Ship more products to stores
Keep products off the market
The customer who buys the service
The business performing the service
The producer of the good
The supplier of the good to the business
Determine the quality of the goods and services they produce
Investigate the types of goods and services they produce
Compare their findings to other countries around the world
Calculate the distribution of wealth within their nations
Seeing an advertisement for a job and feeling that you could handle it
Believing that you should always put others ahead of yourself
Making a mistake and thinking that you are good at making mistakes
Imagining how you would feel if you had already graduated.
Interest and enthusiasm
A negative attitude
Boredom and indifference
Extensive product knowledge