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Mario Tordesillas from SKF Espana reflects on the Masters course after completing Module 1
Catherine Arnold and Stacey Firn are two apprentices from Royal Mail. In this video they tell how the apprenticeship programme is impacting their lives and their work
Mike Gibson, Director of National Sales at Royal Mail explains why the apprenticeship programme is so important to Royal Mail
David Norris, Sales Director, SKF UK gives his verdict on the Masters
Lessons from the souq
In this extract from his forthcoming book: Tactful Audacity: Selling Mindsets for the Future, Dr Philip Squire examines how techniques passed down the generations in ancient trading centres are still ...
Simon Dale explains the impact of the Masters programme to him
Association of Professional Sales
Andy Hough, CEO of the Association of Professional Sales, explains the role of the APS in the Apprenticeship programme. He also talks about the importance of professional development for the sales pro...
Simon Harrison of Mott MacDonald explains how Consalia has worked with them to transform client engagement
Gustavo Mancera tells how Sony Mobile increased market share in Columbia from 12% to 21% in one quarter by applying learnings from the Masters programme.
Toshiba supported a number of their staff and sales partners to undertake a Masters Degree in Sales Leadership. In this video, participants reflect on what they have gained from the programme.
Axel Ferreyroles, Senior Director SAP, reflects on the benefits of undertaking a Masters Degree in Sales Leadership
GST XV date announced
Consalia has announced the date for the 15th running of its popular Global Sales Transformation event; GST XV will take place on October 15th 2019 at the Stock Exchange, London. The Theme of this year...
Asia Pacific Sales Masters
Consalia announces Sales Masters for APAC 17th March Singapore Consalia today announced an open-cohort masters programme for Sales Leaders in APAC. The programme, run over 2 years, will feature regula...
The University in the workplace
In the early 1990s when Middlesex University was first formulating its approach to accrediting learning in the workplace against academic standards there was talk of ‘the curriculum in the workp...