Ebner Consults is available to consult on specific sales and business goals through customized projects. This could include working with internal colleagues, clients, partners, or centers of influence. Such projects could include facilitation of DISC Behavior training, networking, developing centers of influence, effective communication skills, negotiating skills, preparing and planning for a proposal, and presentation skills.
Contact us with your specific sales and new business needs so that we may better understand and identify the best solution to achieve your desired results.
“Sue brings her boundless energy to everything she does – including all of her training sessions. Sue provided negotiations training for our Manpower staff from across the country, many who did not know each other. She was excellent in creating a collaborative and engaging training environment and delivered an active effective negotiation skills training to overcome a potential awkward conversation with clients to ask for an increase in rates. Sue had the team engaged, excited and open to learn. I can highly recommend Ebner Consulting for any training project.”
– Phil Blair, CEO, Manpower
“Sue was a leadership consultant and guest speaker in my Masters of Business Administration (MBA) class at Point Loma Nazarene University. Sue did an amazing job engaging the students in an interactive discussion of leadership. She had the students list and prioritize characteristics of leadership. Then she addressed each leadership characteristic by providing a business example from her formidable career. Later, Sue asked the students again to rank their top 2 leadership characteristics to see if the discussion had changed their mind on leadership. Sue concluded by sharing how these leadership skills are continually used during her high-altitude mountain climbing expeditions. Sue’s presentation was by far the students’ favorite guest speaker. They were talking about her talk for weeks after. Sue is a wonderful speaker who brings a lot of energy to her presentations.”
– Dr. Frank Marshall, Associate Professor of Management, Fermanian School of Business, Point Loma Nazarene University