Presentation Skills That Win Contracts
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How to get contracts without being the low bidder!
For 30 years, Joe Egan has been an owner of one of the largest construction companies in the nation, The Egan Companies. Over that time, he's successfully negotiated millions of dollars in construction contracts based on, in his words, "the right price, not the low price."
There is a method and skill set that made him successful in a tough bidding industry. With years of construction negotiation experience, Joe is here to help you beat your competition at your next presentation with information that is easy to understand and quick to implement.
This course on presentation skills is based on the tips outlined in his book, The General Contractor - How to be a Great Success or Failure. All you need is the willingness to learn these methods.
End the frustration of putting in all the work of responding to a request for proposal and putting in countless hours and dollars drawing up plans, specifications, cost estimates and schedules, only to be beaten by someone else with a superior 30-minute presentation.
How do you get to first place? This course will help you understand what to do and what to avoid before, during and after your presentation.
You will learn the reasons why contractors do or do not get the contract award. It’s not always about price. Instead, success or failure lies in your ability to verbally persuade, use good body language, demonstrate the credibility of your perceived competence and your willingness to have a successful project.
Who is the target audience?
- This course is for architects, engineers, and contractors who make face-to-face presentations to customers
- This course is NOT suited for those who rely solely on the low bid
- This course is for those who are willing to improve their presentation skills for professional business presentations, grow their confidence during important meetings, and those who want to learn what to expect during the bidding process
- The willingness to learn how to sell at the right price, not the low price
Section 1: Course Introduction
- Traits of the Contract Industry & Customer Expectation
- Presentation Scenario
- The 4 Things Customers Want
- The 2 Types of Buyers
- Persuasion Skills
- The Use and Interpretation of Body Language
- Controlling Fear and Nervousness
Section 2: The Presentation
- Presentation Goals and Strategies
- What to Do Before the Presentation
- Introductions and First Impressions
- Tactics, Role and Speaking Skills
- What Not to Do in Your Presentation
Section 3: After The Presentation
- Next Steps and Follow-Through
- What the Customer Will Say About You and Your Company
- Why Contractors Don't Get the Job
- Why Contractors Get the Award
Section 4: Summary & Conclusion
- The Main Goal to Achieve
- Negotiation Competence
- Dealing with Failure
Lecture 1: Traits of the Contract Industry & Customer Expectation
Lecture 2: Presentation Scenario
Lecture 3: The 4 Things Customers Want
Lecture 4: The 2 Types of Buyers
Lecture 5: Persuasion Skills
Lecture 6: The Use and Interpretation of Body Language
Lecture 7: Controlling Fear and Nervousness
Lecture 8: Presentation Goals and Strategies
Lecture 9: What to Do Before the Presentation
Lecture 10: Introductions and First Impressions
Lecture 11: Tactics, Role and Speaking Skills
Lecture 12: What Not to Do in Your Presentation
Lecture 13: Next Steps and Follow-Through
Lecture 14: What the Customer Will Say About You and Your Company
Lecture 15: Why Contractors Do Not Get the Job
Lecture 16: Why Contractors Get the Award
Lecture 17: The Main Goal to Achieve
Lecture 18: Negotiation Competence
Lecture 19: Dealing With Failure
Lecture 20: Perseverance
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