An open chair closest to the doorA seat somewhere in the back of the roomWherever I damn well please
Suggest he check a mirrorTell him "You have food in your teeth"Not notice because you were looking at Reddit and you just don't notice those kinds of things, also, who looks at their boss's teeth?
"Thanks for calling in, is there anything else I can help you with?""Now that you're graduating, do you know anyone that's looking to start a program with Capella?""Will you be having anyone attend commencement with you?"
"Wow I hear you. Do you know anyone that is looking to obtain a degree at Capella right now?""Wow I hear you, that's not the experience we want you to have. How can I help?""Wow, your head is on fire - I mean, I'm sorry to hear that sir/madam. What exactly is the problem?
It feels like I'm asking for money or learners don't like it when I askI honestly just forget to ask and feel out of practiceI'm not that uncomfortable asking for referrals
What's Your Referral Asking Style?
Whether the learner is escalated or having a lovely experience, you don't shy away from a possible referral! You have an impressive talent. TIPS: Make sure to read the situation before you jump straight to asking; sometimes Learners can be turned off by a direct approach.
You have every intention of asking for a referral, but sometimes feel it's inappropriate or are uncomfortable doing so. That's totally fair! And good on you for knowing when it's the right time to ask, and when it may not be. TIPS: Look at the list of transitional phrases that have been/will be sent out to you. Try using at least 1 for every 3 conversations you have. Phrases like, "Share your success!" "Have any good study buddies?" "Any of your coworkers jealous of you obtaining your goals?" You know, normal stuff.
What? We should be asking for Referrals? You're a forgetful one, but never fear! So is your Buzzfeed quiz creator! You always mean to ask, and have great conversations where you could have, but you honestly just forget. TIPS: Keep visual reminders around yourself to look at during calls, or reward yourself every time you remember with a sticker on the board by Chad's desk!