Want to be a superstar consultant?
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Hey DARTON GROUP Consultants…

Effective communication skills are essential to success in consulting

So what is the single most important skill set that separates the average consultant from the “superstar” consultant?  The superstar consultant understands how to excel in his/her communication skills.  Join DARTON University as we launch the first of two webinars in August that will help you improve your communication skills.

August 23rd / 4:00 – 5:00 p.m.

“Silence is Golden!”

We live in a noisy society. Breaks in conversation are often seen as uncomfortable.  We’ve forgotten the value of being quiet.  At this webinar, we’ll discuss:

  • When silence can help you make a  stronger point
  • How silence can improve relationships
  • Where appreciating silence can help you close deals
  • Why silence really is golden

August 28th /  11:00 a.m. – Noon

“How to have those Difficult Conversations”

Whether you’re managing people, dealing with clients, or talking to your significant other and kids, sometimes unpleasant topics must be discussed.  At this session, you’ll learn:

  • How to stop avoiding the unavoidable
  • How to embrace the third-party perspective
  • Why you might not know what you think you know
  • How to end the conversation for a better outcome

Remember that DARTON University offers webinars at no charge to active consultants as part of our commitment to professional development.

Fast and Easy Registration!

Webinar class sizes are limited and are available to all DARTON consultants on a “first come, first served” basis. Registration closes 48 hours prior to each webinar event.

To register, please send an email to careers@dartongroup.com.

Be sure to include the date and name of the webinar in your email.

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