Interviews featuring The Phone Lady

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Mary Jane shares her wisdom on lead generation, lead follow-up, and sales strategy on this podcast.
Recently Mary Jane was interviewed for an article in Our Children Magazine about reconnecting kids with the art of communication. Read here.
In this clip, Mary Jane (The Phone Lady) tells us how we can help and what she is giving back to our community. Watch here.
SELLING: How to gain your customer’s confidence - Conversations are central to attracting new customers. Read what The Phone Lady has to say.
From Salesperson to Trusted Advisor - read this article in Jobber News featuring The Phone Lady (page 18-19)
We can now curate who we talk to in a way that wasn’t thinkable when a bulky landline phone rang with anonymous urgency. Listen in here.
CRTC has recently taken new steps to fight fraud calls and phone scams. Read (and listen) to what Mary Jane has to say about this problem.
As part of the Inner Wisdom Project, Mary Jane shares the value of phone communication and tone of voice. Watch here.
Mary Jane Copps sat down with Infinity to discuss the true value of voice connections and what exactly she thinks the future of telephone calls is going to be - read the award-winning interview with Mary Jane.
The Seattle Times
How the death of voicemail is changing the way we connect - read the article.
Cold Calls: The Psychology Behind the Human Voice - listen to this podcast featuring The Phone Lady.
reflective marketing
Check out Mary Jane's chat with Krystal Hobbs to learn how you can grow your business using the phone!
Asking for referrals: pick up the phone! Read The Phone Lady's phone call strategies for referrals.
reinsurance group of america
Telephone as a Case Management Tool - It Isn’t Just for Texting Anymore! Read the article.
Dalhousie University
Be a “Communications Hero”, in other words, lead by example by having engaging phone calls and creating clear, concise emails. The Phone Lady's top tips.
This Hour Has 22 Minutes
Episode featuring The Phone Lady - watch Telephone Lessons for Millennials.
Spotlight on the 2016 BDC Mentorship Award Winner: Mary Jane Copps. Read the article.
CBC News
Telephone etiquette makes a comeback in the era of Snapchat. Read the article.
CBC News
The phone is ringing, but do you know what to say when you answer? Check out the radio interview!
The lost art of making a business phone call... emoticons are not OK! Read the article.
The art of having a proper phone conversation has been lost since email and text. Watch the interview.
CBC News
Nova Scotians share tales of frustration from being put on hold. Check out The Phone Lady's advice.
Brampton Guardian
Halifax's Phone Lady teaches young people the art of telephone talk - read the article.
Voicemail: Closing the communication gap: Your outgoing message should assure clients that you will respond to their call. Read the article.
When Email and Texting Are Insufficient: An Interview with the Phone Lady - read the article.
Everyone is entitled to vacation but the timing of your summer holiday may be less than ideal for some of your clients and colleagues. Read the article.
National Post
Why the phone call deserves a second chance. Read The Phone Lady's interview!
Cold calling still holds up as an excellent sales tool for advisors because, unlike digital marketing, it requires interaction with a prospect in real-time. Read the article.
The Wall Street Journal.
Some on Wall Street are hanging up on voicemail. See what The Phone Lady has to say.
Boomer workers' biggest edge? "Comfortable on the telephone." Read the article.
The Wall Street Journal.
Bosses Say 'Pick Up the Phone' - Managers have a message for younger employees: Get off email and talk on the phone. Read the article here.
Who you gonna call? “Phone Lady” says the key to success is in the palm of your hand. Read the article.
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