Helping people and businesses sell better
 

We are guided by our belief in 'excellence through purposeful action' by contributing to the community and network groups through public speaking and consulting services. Our involvement is aimed at helping illuminate topics for people and give insight into better work and personal practices around sustainable selling, resilience, people management, leadership, and emotional well-being. In particular, Sue Barrett is passionate about helping women in the community and business.

Here are some examples of communities and networks that the team at Barrett has supported through working with skills, knowledge and purposeful action:

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  • Proudly associated with the Victorian Institute of Sport since 1991
  • Women's Community Networks and Business Groups:
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Our aim is to help athletes promote themselves effectively and earn what they are worth beyond the track, field or pool. The world of corporate sponsorship is very different from elite sports and although most athletes take to it quickly, they have to learn new skills such as effective self-promotion, how to access corporations and negotiate with a strong sense of their own value.
  • Rokewood, Women's Community Group
  • ANZ Banking on Women
  • Bayside Women's Network
  • Glen Eira Business Women's Network
  • Soroptimist Society, International Women's Day
  • Glen Eira Council, International Women's Day
  • Hudson Successful Women Series
  • BPW (Business and Professional Women)
  • WINBM (Women in Mortgage Business Network)
  • Women and Success Stories
  • Monash University Women's Network Group
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  • Barrett Sales Blog
  • Barrett Videos
  • Testimonials - Clients - loadposition within article
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Sandy McDonald
It was lovely to meet you yesterday and, as you will read, your presentation was something of an epiphany for me.This is the first time I have written a post that is a mixture between reporting and my opinion. As such, I thought it appropriate to have your approval before posting it to my blog and throughout my groups in LinkedIn, including WNA.While it is really about what you made me think about selling, I do quote you and it is important that I have not misinterpreted what you had to say.You can read the post in our Media Center called Why you must blog post - The Principle of Fair Exchange and Value.
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