Posts Tagged ‘Presentation Consultants’

Sales Enablement –The Debunking Begins

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014 by Justine<

Sales Enablement is a hot topic, and as is want to happen when something becomes big news, there are thousands of pages of wisdom on the subject. But thousands of pages don’t necessarily equate to answers that make sense for you, and your business, right now.

Well known for our inquiring minds, we’ve decided to dig a little deeper into this murky netherworld to try and find out what it’s all about. In true Eyeful style we’re sharing the results of our investigation with our lovely readers, starting tomorrow we’ll be airing our insights on some of the key issues and we’ll be topping the whole thing off with a lovely new whitepaper which will be available to download next Monday.

So for those of you bamboozled by Sales Enablement ‘science’, unsure of whether there’s anything of worth hidden in the arguments or simply embraced by curiosity, watch this space and we will reveal all…

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US Presentation Consultants Wanted

Friday, November 22nd, 2013 by Justine<

Eyeful Presentations has built an enviable worldwide reputation for delivering the very best in presentation consultancy and design.

From humble beginnings we’ve created a business that now stands at the forefront of innovation and imagination and is making a real impact on global business communications.

2014 is shaping up to be a big year for us, our MD Simon Morton’s eagerly anticipated book, The Presentation Lab: Learn The Formula Behind Powerful Presentations, is hitting the shelves in February and it’s already making waves on both sides of the Atlantic.

We’re currently looking for US based communication consultants to join our team. We need people who share our passion for presentations to join us on what we know will be an exciting journey.

We can sum up our success in one word – Eyefulocity. All our people have it…and it’s what makes our customers love us.  If you believe that business presentations deserve to be engaging and would welcome a little Eyefulocity into your life, drop us a line

Eyefulocity

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Eyeful needs you

Thursday, June 6th, 2013 by Justine<

Eyeful is an ever expanding global family and we are currently recruiting for 2 UK based positions.

The first vacancy is for a Consultant / Relationship  Builder.

Our consultants are not just sales people. You need to be au fait with the latest in presentation technology, addicted to effective communication and have a creative streak a mile wide. In return for your endeavours we provide sales leads and the backup of the most skilled design, customer engagement and delivery teams in the business.

We are also recruiting for a Key Accounts Assistant to work in our beautiful HQ in Leicestershire.

Working to support our consultants from our creative heartland in Desford, this role is about ensuring that our consultants have everything they need to wow our customers every time. By contacting new and existing customers you will pay an important part in spreading Eyeful love around the globe. This is a part time role (16 hours a week) and ideally your hours will be 4 hours a day on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

As for the team at Eyeful – our latest 6 month anonymous employee survey showed that 100% of the team are proud of Eyeful and telling people about Eyeful. We can’t promise an easy ride but it’s never boring….

If you think you’ve got what it takes to be part of a market leading presentation team please contact us.

Eyeful needs you

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Nice People Saying Nice Things…With Flowers, Wine & Chocolate

Thursday, January 17th, 2013 by Liz<

It’s always nice to feel that your work is appreciated and whilst all feedback is valuable, great feedback is what we strive for.

This morning, a lovely hamper arrived for our consultant Rob and the design team that worked with him on a particularly time sensitive and complex project last week.  Let the record state there is no quicker way to a consultant or designer’s heart than to send them wine, flowers and chocolates…

We have talked in the past about the funny tummy feeling that everyone at Eyeful aims to provide to our customers – a mixture of excitement and WOW! (see poster below).

So it seems that “funny tummy feeling” is followed by the yummy tummy feeling…perfect!

As always, our customer should have the final word:

“Dear Rob and the amazing team that made the [project name - removed for reasons of confidentiality] dream possible.  Please accept this gift as a thank you for all your hard work we really appreciate everything you have done for us”

Yours, the happy folk at Eyeful Towers x

 

 

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The Presentation Summit – The Countdown Begins

Tuesday, September 4th, 2012 by Simon<

We’ve waxed lyrical about The Presentation Summit over the years and rightly so.

It’s an event where the great and the good of the presentation world get together to share ideas, prod and poke the latest technology and, very occasionally, share a drink or two in the hotel bar.

This year’s shindig is in the none-too-shabby Scottsdale, Arizona and the plans are already afoot.  We’re looking forward to catching up with old friends from across the globe, readying ourselves for the now legendary “PowerPoint Trivia Contest”* and stepping up on stage and presenting.

Yep – this year, Eyeful has been asked to contribute to the proceedings by talking about Blended Presenting.  We’re rather excited…so much so, that we hastily recorded a short video overview of our plans.  Somewhat tongue-in-cheek but full of enthusiasm, the video can be viewed below.

Oh, and there’s still time to book yourself a place at The Presentation Summit – simply click here for details.  We’ll see you there…

* Note – we’re proud past winners of this lofty prize!

 

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We aim to please

Monday, March 19th, 2012 by Justine<

At Eyeful we’re always looking for ways to improve our customer service – we’re damned proud of the way we lead the pack in terms of project management, presentation consultancy and design.

But we know that there is always more that we can do for our customers…so once in a while we don our thinking caps to conjure up new ways of improving our service.

After a successful trial, we’re excited to announce that our extended Head Office hours are now a permanent feature. Our customers can now contact us directly between 08.30 and 19.00 (GMT) Monday to Friday.

Don’t panic, we haven’t chained our people to their desks and denied them sun light (well, not as a rule).  We now have two shifts, enabling everyone to continue with their lives.

This has been a great bonus to many of our international customers and colleagues and has also had the bizarre side effect of increasing staff fitness levels (apparently the gym is a morning thing)!

Our customers can now submit amends until 18.00 GMT for completion the same working day (within reason please, we are only human after all). The customer response so far has been excellent (and we’re really rather chuffed that it’s made such a difference).

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We may be onto something here…

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012 by Justine<

Anyone who has taken more than a cursory glance at our website will know that we’re on a little crusade that we call ‘Beating Death by PowerPoint’.

We understand that as far as the ills of the World go it’s a small contribution. But we’re sincerely hoping to make a difference to everyone who has ever thought ‘well there’s an hour of my life I won’t get back’.

In addition to our website and blog we’ve also published our ‘manifesto’ as an e-book. As of right now it has been read over fifty thousand times (50,007 to be exact!) but there are still presentation audiences around the World fidgeting, doodling, yawning, day dreaming and generally failing to take in anything of use.

So what’s going on?

As anyone who has ever bought a book about diet and exercise will tell you; reading about something doesn’t make it happen (more’s the pity)! So it’s now time to stop congratulating yourself on working out where your presentations are going wrong and set about putting them right.

Our Presentation OptimisationTM methodology ensures audience engagement, information retention and improved response…and we can promise you that it won’t involve lycra or cabbage soup!

To learn more (and download the e-book), click on the cover below…

 

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A New Face In Presentation Consultancy

Monday, February 27th, 2012 by Justine<

We’re very excited to be strengthening our consultancy team once again as Stephen Newman joins the Eyeful family. Stephen is a specialist in sales performance with a real passion for message development. Sharing Eyeful’s love of customer service and constant frustration with the Presentation Paradox, Stephen already feels like a confirmed Eyefulite.

Stephen has, in his own words, a ‘lifetime of sales experience’ and cites his speciality as ‘sales performance enhancement’.

In answer to ‘Why Eyeful?’ Stephen says that he was initially drawn to our integrity and attention to detail before being fully suckered by the family atmosphere. With this in mind he is already making his mark on the internal email banter front, proving that he’s also in possession of an Eyeful sense of humour!

As a Miller Heiman accredited consultant Stephen also boasts an impressive pedigree – we’re truly thrilled that he has chosen to join us.

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Nice People Saying Nice Things – Andy Bounds

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012 by Justine<

Companies are always keen to tell you how good they are, but here at Eyeful we’re the kind of people who think “well you would say that, wouldn’t you”.

The only way to sort the wheat from the chaff is to listen to the people who really know – the customers.

As a hugely successful author and communications consultant to the largest companies across the globe, Andy Bounds knows a thing of two about effective communication.

As if to prove it, here he is telling us why he uses Eyeful Presentations to bring his customers the best in presentations.

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Thanks Andy – we think you’re rather brilliant too…

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