Monday Morning Jumpstart:
Communication with Clients

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What questions do you ask when you start working with a new client? Do you just focus on asking about the business and their needs or do you start by getting to know your client on a more personal level?

In today’s Monday Morning Jumpstart, AWAI Chief Success Officer, Ted Capshaw, and Director of Training, Jade Trueblood, talk about what professionalism means, the two types of questions you should be asking your client, and how to know when you are in a proper rhythm with your client.

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Published: April 3, 2023

2 Responses to “Monday Morning Jumpstart: Communication with Clients ”

  1. Ted and Jade Thank you again for a great jumpstart and true reminder that Relationship is what it is all about ALL the way through the whole writing process.
    Wes Andersen

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  2. I love Monday Morning Jumpstart!
    Jade and Ted do a great job zeroing in on so many important topics. The recent interview with Marcella Allison,fabulous!
    My question to them would be,
    "Do you have any tips on how to regain your confidence when you've lost it?" I now look forward to Mondays!

    Judy Osborne

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