In this video, Mr. Anurag Aggarwal, business coach, explains 5 steps of correcting employees's mistakes. He tells what mistakes are generally done by businessmen when dealing with the employees. He also gives examples to explain these mistakes. Hierarchy should be followed properly. Appreciate in public, reprimand in private. Consider the viewpoint of your employee also.… Continue reading 5 Steps Of Correcting Employee Mistakes
It is every business' dream to tap into the potential of each of its employees. However, the best way to do this is not to focus on them individually but as team members. In this way, the business owner can make sure that the team works together to tackle projects as effectively as possible. In… Continue reading HOW TO OPTIMISE YOUR TEAM PERFORMANCE
When starting up a business, you need to be a risk-taker. This is because not every day sales will go up. Somedays, the sales will be meagre and the profit so small. In this section, we will learn the few steps to take to boost your sales. To increase sales in your business, you should… Continue reading HOW TO GROW YOUR SALES
We often hear,” Each and every human is different”? Why usually we don’t quote “All dogs are different”? The reason lies in the fact that human gestures, facial expressions, body movements & postures differ from those of animals. All of which can be interpreted to have different meanings depending upon the context of communication. Kinesics… Continue reading HOW IS YOUR BODY LANGUAGE READ
Today's market is a very competitive one. Your customer has a lot of choices and thus it is all the more important to stand out from others. If the customer is not attracted by your product, he will go to the competitor. Thus, retain the customer it is very important to have products which attract… Continue reading Visiblity Attracts Customers
It is always important for a businessman to make and retain his customers because a business cannot run without customers. A businessman has to wise and clever enough to make new customers. It is not an easy task. And retaining them can be an even bigger challenge. So here, Mr. Anurag Aggarwal, a renowned business… Continue reading If You Know This Then the Customer will Never Run Away
We are often reminded that” The First Impression is the Last Impression.” How long it takes for the ‘First Impression’ to be made? 10 minutes? 15 minutes? 30 minutes? 1 hour? We all are wrong till now; Researchers have found that it takes only 7 seconds amidst your first contact to create a First Impression. Amazing! Isn’t It? But how we can impress any Stranger in just 7 seconds of our lives? That’s where Body language comes into play! Body language contributes to the major part of the attitude you want to convey to another individual. According to Albert Mehrabian, 7% of what is communicated is via what is said, 38% is via tone of voice, and the majority, 55%, is via body language. This is also referred to as the ‘7%–38%–55% Rule’.
In business, the customer is of utmost importance. Without a customer, you cannot run a business. But how to get customers? In this video, Mr. Anurag Aggarwal, a business coach shares some business tips and tricks on how to trap your customers. Do whatever you can do to trap and get more customers. https://youtu.be/7VBsv59Fbgo For… Continue reading Do Whatever You can to Trap the Customer
Employees, as well as the corporates both, lie to each other at some point in time and none of them may be wrong. It's a matter of survival for both. Today, the one who is able to survive wins. Here, Mr. Anurag Aggarwal, a business coach and a public speaking trainer, tells about some corporate… Continue reading Do you get a Job or Just Fake Promises?
Public speaking trains you in a variety of manners by which you can introduce yourself to people in general without demonstrating your nervousness and your inconvenience while confronting a group. It includes the elements in public speaking, the information and it is important to the individuals who are consistently on the stage talking to the… Continue reading 7 ELEMENTS IN PUBLIC SPEAKING