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Charlie Eales

Senior Sales Executive

Charlie joined Impellus in July 2021. As a Sales Executive, Charlie’s role is not only commercially integral to the business, but also crucial to our clients, as he works to understand their company values and training requirements.

As one of the first points of contact for our customers, Charlie’s goal is to find the most effective training solution which will deliver the intended results for the individuals and companies we work with.

One of Charlie’s key values is motivation, which is never missing within the Impellus sales team. Sales targets are always a motivating factor for Charlie, but he believes nothing beats a delegate’s positive feedback after completing a course he recommended.

Among many sporting passions, Charlie enjoys playing golf and spent the early part of his sales career promoting and selling luxury golf holidays, an experience which has enabled him to refine his commercial skills, as well as seeing some amazing places.

Charlie Eales

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Customer testimonial

I was slightly skeptical about the online learning side of things, but it worked well, especially with the breakout rooms. Having a wide range of different courses to suit individual needs is also a great idea.

Chris Dickinson , Whitby Seafoods Limited

I found the Effective Communication Skills course helpful, it opened my eyes to how even body language can be a form of communication that may come across as negative. It has shown me I need to be more aware of how I come across to others when communicating with them.

Lauren McDowell , Wasdale - A Place to Stay

The courses that led to my Certificate of Learning have incredibly improved my awareness when I communicate with colleagues. I am now in control of what I want to deliver, and I have the tools to do it effectively.

Francesca Cecinati , Artesia Consulting

I found the course extremely useful and loved the psychology behind the different types of communication. I have been able to take this information back to my workplace and use the techniques to improve communication between myself and my team.

I.R , Daniella Draper

Mel really helped provide insight and offered points of difference that can help me in a professional setting. I enjoyed learning more about the ways body language and tone can have an impact. The eye accessing cues were also really interesting.

W.F , Tiny Rebel

Consistency and flexibility

Deliver the same levels of learning in the ways that works best for each individual in your team. Whatever their circumstances.

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Contemporary expertise

Our experienced trainers and assessors stay at the forefront by continuously training and being assessed themselves.

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The Impellus Business Centre

The Impellus Business Centre provides online access to your organisation’s account and learning records. Free for all clients.

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Entirely results-focused

Every course, every qualification, every time we help or advise we’re focused on delivering real and measurable workplace results.

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Thought leadership

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Ten minutes with… Rachel Breeze

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Neurolinguistic programming, part three: you cannot not communicate

Neurolinguistic programming, part three: you cannot not communicate

Our short series about various aspects of neurolinguistic programming concludes with a look at ‘you cannot not communicate’.

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