In a time where public health concerns, political unrest, and racial strife are suddenly top of mind and the most robust economy in history has come to a crashing stop, many architects are concerned about less work being available and more competition for that work.
How will you reach the clients that have the work and set yourself apart from your competition?
The answer to that question lies somewhere between ego and empathy because the words you use and the stories you tell will make or break your ability to not only survive the COVID-19 recession but to capitalize on the greatest opportunity architects have faced in a generation.
AIA Continuing Education details:
AIA CES Course Number: ASF20-08 / 1 AIA LU CE Hour
• After attending this session, participants will be able to apply elements of neuroscience to effective communication with prospective clients.
• After attending this session, participants will be able to explain how changes in their communication style will impact their ability to win work.
• After attending this session, participants will be able to examine their client's 'new normal' condition and look for new opportunities.
• After attending this session, participants will be able to employ a new mindset structure for communicating the value of their services rather than commoditized offerings.
CEU credit, you must complete a 10 question quiz about this session at https://shrtm.nu/giBb.
The AIA Continuing Education Provider is Architect Marketing Institute, Provider Number 40119272.
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