Posted: 28th October 2015
Marina Ibrahim from bizz-buzz.co.uk Cross-cultural Consultant, Business Coach & Trainer supports her clients to be more confident and helps them to put the business basics (i.e. niching, pricing, packaging, marketing and selling tools) in place to launch, develop and grow their businesses.
Running mentoring programmes Marina has just recently added the revolutionising Ensize DISC to her training toolbox. “This empowering profiling tool acts like a colour compass” says Marina“and it helps to “DISCover Who You Are – Get to know yourself better and learn how to build successful ‘Know – Like – Trust’ business relationships.” Although clients are the lifeblood of any small business, female business owners in particular tend to ‘shy away’ from talking to their clients, their prospects and building successful relationships that turn into sales.
The colour compass Ensize DISC cuts through the chase and doesn’t just measure an individual’s basic and adaptive behaviour, it also combines deep insights into their values and core driving forces as well. Knowing how these influence your preferred behaviour can be so empowering and helps you making better decisions in your personal life and in your business.
If you’re interested in finding out more how the colour compass Ensize DISC can help you improve your marketing, sales and business relationships, then contact me for a FREE profile report and book a free 20 minute discovery session with me and we can talk through what support you need. This offer is only available until 31 March 2006. Contact me, I’m here to help. (email@example.com or 07958 629 220)
Marina is also one of the designated WiRE Challenge Trainers delivering the exciting new ‘iStart – FREE digitally focused business courses’ (in Telford & Wrekin, Shropshire and Staffordshire) aimed at women starting a new business or looking to revitalise an existing one. It enables new businesses to be future proofed, agile and robust, from the very beginning. Please find more info & booking details iStart is currently available free as part of the women and broadband challenge project