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BOARDROOM DOMINATRIX TRAINING

How to Use Sex and Power to Increase Your Sales

A boardroom dominatrix is a person who balances an exchange of power with business acumen to create singular results—Strategically growing the company by garnering consent to technologically dominate, a boardroom dominatrix operates with a clearly articulated vision that drives the actions and decisions of all employees across all levels of the organization. The result is an extraordinary increase in revenues, and an ensuing satisfaction throughout the company.

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The time is now. After the #MeToo movement. As patriarchal dominance is being questioned. Before gender equality and neutrality. Before global sustainable development as a mainstay of successful business. Before equity for all humans. Boardroom Dominatrix illustrates why and how to use gender, with the power each of us yields as buyers and sellers in the 21st century.

The patriarchal construct around sales is not just dying, but is, indeed, already dead.

A new paradigm, evangelized by Beatrice Stonebanks, the original Boardroom Dominatrix, is one that invites submission in sales. When we accept the power dynamic between domination and submission, a whole new world opens up. This Boardroom Dominatrix espouses the tenets and tactics that result in respect-based sales that drive growth.

A Boardroom Dominatrix mindset changes the face of sales by replacing the pushy, used-car salesman approach with one of transparent integrity and by shifting outdated sales tactics to new, service-oriented ones. This full construct brings about:

  • The replacement of old-school sales with serving as the new selling.
  • The replacement of commission-based sales with salaried positions.
  • The replacement of the male-female binary view of sales with a gender-spectrum approach.
  • And the replacement of boardroom misogyny with an equitable exchange of power.

Submit to a new paradigm. Learn how to:

This is a gender-focused framework to set the ground rules, negotiate the options, and define the safewords for conducting powerful business meetings that actually increase revenues

  • Use sex, as in gender, to your advantage and increase sales along the way.
  • Replace boardroom misogyny with the equitable exchange of a full gender spectrum of power.
  • Identify what an Ideal Client is; knowing how they want to buy to replace how you want to sell.
  • Talk about money, never discount your rate, and get the price you desire without losing the sale.
  • Figure out what you really want, and how to ask for it every time.
  • Ask for the close with power—the top opening and closing skills.
  • Create powerful sales scripts – know the words that sell.
  • Set the ground rules, negotiate the options, and define the safe-words for conducting hot business meetings that increase sales.

Please fill out the following form to help us tailor our course to your needs.

You should attend a presentation if you fit one or more of the following categories:

  • C-level executives who understand that women control over $31.8 trillion in worldwide spending power and influence.
  • Cis-Men who don’t yet understand how to sell in a female-dominated buying world, and realize that they have to learn. (A cisgender person — sometimes cissexual, informally abbreviated cis — is one whose gender identity matches their sex assigned at birth. For example, someone who identifies as a man and was identified as male at birth is a cisgender man.)
  • Cis-Women who want to compete in sales without compromising their female power.
  • Gender nonbinary salespeople. (Non-binary or genderqueer is a spectrum of gender identities that are not exclusively masculine or feminine‍ —‌ identities that are outside the gender binary. Non-binary identities can fall under the transgender umbrella, since many non-binary people identify with a gender that is different from their assigned sex.)
  • Any salespeople who want to adjust their selling style to use serving-as-the-new-selling to meet client demand.
  • Innovative and groundbreaking salespeople, looking for a technologically disruptive paradigm to increase revenue.
  • Executives who want to change their corporate selling culture from commission-based to service-based.
  • Companies who embrace economic theories such as Kate Raworth’s Doughnut Economics: Seven Ways to Think Like a 21st Century Economist, which propose alternatives to GDP as the primary indicator of a nation’s health; and alternatives to total commissions as a primary indicator of a salesperson’s value to a team.
  • LGBTQIA+ minorities who understand that they are majorities as measured by retail power.
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