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Winning Virtually - Workshop on Virtual Selling

 
Friday, June 18, 2021
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
zoom

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Spaces Available: 2 -

 
Regular
 
Alumni:
$30.00

Student:
$30.00

Others:
$30.00

Contact: Olivian Pitis
Organizer: San Diego

Event Description

 

Winning Virtually - Workshop on Virtual Selling

Join UCLA Anderson alum Nitya Kirat (’03) for an interactive workshop on virtual selling based on his Amazon #1 best selling book: WINNING VIRTUALLY: 10 Tiny Habits for Big Virtual Selling Success.

If you're a sales team leader or salesperson who is regularly leading virtual meetings with prospects and clients (B2B or B2C), this workshop will be of interest. We will focus on a couple of ideas and frameworks to help you and your teams "start strong" when meeting with clients, so that the meetings are more engaging and move opportunities forward.
This is a limited capacity event that will be interactive and practice oriented.

The cost is $30/person. All proceeds go to UCLA Anderson San Diego Alumni Chapter. Space is limited to 15 participants, and likely to fill up quickly. This is a hands-on workshop, participants will benefit the most if everyone has video on and supports each other with discussion and practice.

About Nitya Kirat ('03)

Nitya has built, delivered and coached sales and sales leadership development programs at companies including PIMCO, BlackRock, Google, Kidder Mathews, DenMat and Transamerica. He is the founder of sales training company, YOSD Consulting and a Google Mastery Faculty Scholar. Nitya has worked in sales and consulting roles for the past 18 years. He was an award-winning salesperson at Schering-Plough and UBS prior to starting YOSD. Nitya’s sales strategies have also been influenced by his global perspectives, having lived and worked in several parts of the world including Singapore, India, Tanzania, and Belgium. Nitya received a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology and an M.B.A. from the UCLA Anderson School of Management, where he is an active Director on the UCLA Anderson Alumni Board.