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New eLearning

New modules on Business Development and Persuasive Communication  At TIA we deliver on individual’s (as well as organisation’s) expectations that self paced learning needs to be on-line, collaborative, instantaneous and entertaining.  In our self-paced modules, we’ve created a well-rounded learning experience that allows users to ‘deep...
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Magenta Shores

Lock 35 people into a luxury resort in the Central Coast of NSW for three days and nights and this is what you get…  
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Great results – 640x ROI on TIA Pitch Doctor

How to win 14 of 14 competitive pitches. The Nielsen Pacific story. Hear from Chris Percy, Managing Director, and his Executive Team how Nielsen Pacific won 14 of 14 pitches using the Total Inter Action “Pitch Doctor” Program. Read the full case study here “The...
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TIA Development Dashboard

The key to leading any customer-focused organization is to develop the skill and understand the will of the team.  Do we know where the gaps are? Does our development offer actually address those gaps? How can I connect the needs with the solution? Imagine...
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Off the Wall Ideas

A TIA client has taken Whole Brain Thinking (WBT) and Communicating to a whole new level by theming their offices in HBDI® colours. Here’s what they have done to the cafeteria area to communicate their company objectives and reflect the diversity of thinking!
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Persuasion

There’s a fascinating scene in the controversial Hollywood film ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ that takes place prior to Jordan Belfort (played by Leonardo De Caprio) establishing his infamous stock brokerage firm. In this scene he’s gathered together his band of, soon to be...
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Like Likes Like

They say people like people who are like them.  View the image below “Like Likes Like” on this page to reveal famous characters and see who you like.  Are you drawn to those that are in the quadrant/s of your highest thinking preference?  ...
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How Steve Jobs used simplicity to make his presentation persuasive

Keeping language simple is more persuasive Apple’s co-founder Steve Wozniak said in a recent interview that Steve Jobs was great at keeping things simple when most people (such as himself) would dive into ‘tech speak’ and TLA’s (three-letter-acronyms). While we might think using complex...
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Planning a Whole Brained Christmas

Unfortunately, not everyone has the same thinking preferences as you.  And this is particularly apparent at this time of year.  So here some practical and fun tips to reduce stress and improve everyone’s day.  So if you’re wanting to plan for a successful whole brained Christmas, download...
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TIA RELEASE A COST EFFECTIVE SOLUTION FOR SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AS PART OF ONBOARDING

How can I get a new employee up to speed on the sales skills and language used by the team as part of the on-boarding process? That’s the question that was posed to us by the largest Australian owned Insurance broker and the largest...