Psychology of the sale in Chamber Lunch and Learn

Kim Arellano spent 19 years as a successful leader in the high-tech industry. She leads the next Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce lunch seminar, 11:30 a.m. Friday, April 26, at the Snoqualmie Fire Station. Cost is $10 and includes a light lunch. Register at Arellano will help participants understand how behavior and motivation of yourself, organization and clients impact success.

Whether you are selling a product, idea or building relationships, how others perceive you and the world around them drive their understanding of what you have to say. Discuss the role of fear and stress in buying decisions as well as how strategic partnerships are sometimes formed, or destroyed, without saying a word.

Arellano started Workforce Evolution in 2009 to help clients capture the creativity of individual workers, departments and organizations.


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