Live Virtual Sessions

Our live sessions (aka webinars) offer the opportunity to learn about a variety of industry-related topics and professional development skills from subject matter experts. Explore this month’s lineup below and be sure to register at least an hour in advance of the session to save your spot! 

Can’t make it to the live session? INDEAL U subscribers have access to the recordings in our Learning Library to watch on demand. If you’re not a subscriber (or aren’t sure), just reach out to learning@indeal.org to get signed up or signed in.

Regan Donoghue

Regan Donoghue 
When: October 12th, 1pm EDT

Understanding Cognitive Collaboration

What’s It About?
In this fast-paced world, we heavily rely on technology to aid our human efforts. How can we utilize the dawn of machine learning and AI to enhance our emotional intelligence – the part that make us, as humans, superior? This session looks at the changes we’ve seen over the past year and a half along with new opportunities to develop more meaningful collaboration strategies that have opened up.

Who’s It For?
Sales and Design teams looking to learn more effective collaboration strategies

What Will You Learn?
How to manage mixed presence communications 
Building essential human skills
How do you motivate employees to return
The true purpose of the office 

The 3 Musts to Create Buyer Value

What’s It About?
Today’s buyer expects more from sellers. Doing what you’ve always done just isn’t enough to win their interest or their business. Learn the “3 Musts” that sellers need to bring to every conversation with the buyer, along with data on how buyers make decisions. This session will help ensure you’re top of mind for clients ready to select a dealer. Attendees will receive a useful sales tool for joining us live!

Who’s It For?
Sales teams and anyone looking to maximize their potential with clients

What Will You Learn?
How to Identify the three “musts” needed to bring value to buyers in the sales process
How to apply one of the three to your buyer communications
How to plan for upcoming customer meetings with a new approach

Rob Langejans

Rob Langejans
When: October 26th, 1pm EDT

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