Beverly Inman-Ebel

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Words matter when making connections. Beverly Inman-Ebel joins Jim Blasingame to offer communication best practices, including the right way to ask questions when you're trying to create a business connection.
Are you capable of being a cameleon? Beverly Inman-Ebel joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how to adjust your communication style to the behavior of your prospect.
Can you make communication style adjustments on the fly? Beverly Inman-Ebel joins Jim Blasingame to talk about why the first thing you have to know about a new prospect is their personality type and how to adjust your behavior to it.
Use these two practices to improve your conversations. Beverly Inman-Ebel joins Jim Blasingame to reveal two thoughts to keep in mind when starting an important conversations: get in conversation mode and initiate the conversation.
Do you sometimes fail to have quality conversations? Beverly Inman-Ebel joins Jim Blasingame to help you maximize your conversations by having a purpose, find and answer a need, and follow-up on the opportunity.
Do you allow your biases to get in the way of success? Beverly Inman-Ebel joins Jim Blasingame to discuss two human biases, semantic equivalence and halo, and how we allow them to prevent effective communication.
How do our biases impact our decisions and relationships? Beverly Inman-Ebel joins Jim Blasingame to discuss two kinds of biases we all have, contagious bias and association bias, and how they impact our personal and business relationships.
When you get an idea, how long do you keep it to yourself? Beverly Inman-Ebel joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how to develop your ideas before you share them with others.
Do you have qualified people who can help you improve your ideas? Beverly Inman-Ebel joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how to develop a group of people who you can trust with your ideas to help yo make them better.
Do you allow your biases to get in the way of success? Beverly Inman-Ebel joins Jim Blasingame to discuss two human biases, semantic equivalence and halo, and how we allow them to prevent effective communication.