Sales-Motivations Press, public speaking and Events
Whether you are from a newspaper, a magazine, a web-based publication or any kind of broadcasting organisation we can provide you with information, comment, articles or input to help you produce your item on any aspect of Sales Psychology and Sales Motivation.
We have spoken at many conferences and events, been published in various journals and magazines as well as appeared on BBC1 TV.
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Bryan McCrae – ‘Mental Health by Stealth – Thinking Well in the Workplace’ Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is well known as the gold standard treatment for many common mental health conditions. However, performance development training programs that include the core cognitive behavioural thinking and managing skills also can help to equip participants to deal more effectively … Read more
Keynote Speaking at Sales Performance Association event – 11th December 2017 Cognitive Behavioural Psychology is a proven therapeutic and performance enhancement technique and it focuses on the relationships between thoughts, feelings and behaviour. It helps people to analyse what they are thinking and feeling when in challenging or stressful situations, then to experiment with different … Read more
In their second article on the psychology of sales, leading business psychologists Lance Mortimer, of Level 3 Communications, and Bryan McCrae, managing director of Sales Motivations, analyse how we can be tricked by irrational thinking.
Everyone has ups and downs, it is an inevitable part of life, the human condition and of selling.
Everyone is an armchair psychologist. We wonder what makes us, and others, tick. A whole industry of pop psychology is available to us, as we try to figure out why we act as we do.
In a tough, dynamic world, salespeople are drawn to the latest thing that might give them a competitive advantage.
The costs of recruitment are on the rise again, with an increase of around 50% from 24 months ago according to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, with four out of five employers saying that the competition for well qualified talent has increased over the same period.