Your business can realize dramatic improvements with simple changes among your technical experts.
Matt Heinz B2B Book Club
by Matt Heinz
Discussion between Matt Heinz and Alan Berrey about Alan's book "Beyond Expertise." Important for all experts.
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Sage Thought Leadership Podcast
by Ed Kless
Subject matter experts are the most valuable members of any organization. Listen as Ed interviews Alan Berrey about his new book "Beyond Expertise."
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Subject matter experts are key to an organization’s health and success.
They forge the paths, create the solutions, sell the customers, and solve the problems.
We must do better at attracting, supporting, and training our experts.
What is Expert Dig?
Expert Dig is a professional development and training organization. We serve professionals who want to grow their expertise and influence. Small adjustments among experts can yield profoundly positive effects. Our instructions are delivered through:
- Online courses
- Classroom instructions
- Custom corporate engagements
- One-on-one consultations
How Trust, Vision, and Delivery Will Redefine Your Relationships with Customers and Colleagues
by Alan Berrey
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Enable and accelerate sales through expertise.
Don’t send a technical person into a customer conversation before they take this course!
"Maybe the best training we've ever had."
"This course was career changing. I mean it, career changing. Thank you."
Why Train Experts?
- Businesses need their experts to perform well within their domains. The stakes are too high to leave it to chance.
- Most company experts don't know what their organizations expect from them. Objectives should not be a mystery.
- Some experts are trusted far more than others. Our data shows that most experts are trusted less than they think, and it matters, a lot.
- People expect experts to accurately predict the future. But research shows that experts cannot reliably predict the future. So, now what?
than their untrained colleagues
in their work than their untrained colleagues
in their positions than their untrained colleagues
then their untrained colleagues