The Quantified Communications Blog

  • Sep 07, 2021

    How to Enhance your Pharmaceutical Sales Teams’ Virtual Detailing

    Challenges of Post COVID Pharmaceutical Sales Engagement

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  • Aug 31, 2021

    Get the Most Out of a Conversation Intelligence Platform for Sales

    What is a Conversation Intelligence Platform for Sales?

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  • Aug 23, 2021

    Leveraging Interactive Sales Training Tools

    Why Are Interactive Sales Training Tools Essential, Even for High-Performing Sales Teams?

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  • Jun 30, 2021

    Can Digital Technologies Make Us Better Humans?

    Much of the hesitation we see around embracing digital technologies in our workplaces, homes, vehicles, social lives, etc. stem from the fear that artificial intelligence and its digital siblings will ultimately automate away human purpose — it will take away our jobs, our agency, and even our need to communicate with one another. At Quantified, we look at it differently.

    Our goal — and our perspective on AI — is not about automating people but enhancing them. So one of the questions we ask ourselves is how technology can help us enhance our impact and elevate humanity — at work, in relationships, in greater society, on the environment. How can fully embracing the digital age enable us to improve the way we interact with each other and with our broader communities, ultimately establishing greater understanding and equity among humans?

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  • Jun 09, 2021

    The New Science of Training Sales Reps

    When it comes to satisfaction at work, the ability to achieve our individual and collective goals is paramount. For many professionals and teams, however, the biggest obstacle to those achievements is the lack of opportunity to develop and hone the skills that are foundational to success.

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  • May 17, 2021

    AI Will Never Replace Human Interaction…But It Can Dramatically Enhance It

    As artificial intelligence has spread from industry to industry, automating some jobs entirely and transforming others, it’s brought two big, scary myths along with it. First, that it will take away all our white-collar jobs, leaving business analysts, hedge fund managers, doctors, and lawyers unemployed and adrift. Second, that it will wipe out humans’ need to interact with one another—that we’ll become so accustomed to doing business with robots that we’ll lose our ability to create and maintain personal connections. Respectfully, we at Quantified disagree with both.

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  • Aug 28, 2019

    AI will not replace communication coaches, but communication coaches who use AI will replace those who don’t.

    We talk a lot here at Quantified about how artificial intelligence is enhancing personalized and experiential learning—particularly communication skills. After all AI-driven communication development is our bread and butter, and we’re passionate about using the latest innovations to make communication training more effective and more lasting, and to make world-class communication training accessible to millions of people.

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  • Aug 21, 2019

    Why Inclusive Leaders Are Good for Organizations, and How the Best Ones Communicate

    I’ve been thinking a lot about inclusive leadership lately.

    It’s been a buzzword for years, and years ago we started working with Chief Inclusion Officers to help them improve their narratives and lift their communication platforms, but in recent months, inclusion has evolved from an element of employee and career communications to something that’s front and center for leadership, an imperative for brands, and one of the top training and performance requests from leading organizations.

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  • Jul 17, 2019

    Talking Law with the State Bar of Texas

    Recently, I had the opportunity to speak on the State Bar of Texas Podcast, with Laurence Colletti of the Legal Talk Network. He was interested in how Quantified Communications approaches leadership communication, and especially what lawyers should keep in mind when they’re speaking with clients, judges, or juries, or when they’re drafting briefs and other documents.

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  • Jun 26, 2019

    The Future of Work: Humans and Machines

    Once upon a time, artificial intelligence was just a vague, futuristic possibility. But today, it’s a real player in business, and it’s already transforming the way we work. For example, The World Economic Forum reports that AI handled about 29 percent of the tasks across twelve industries last year and LinkedIn predicts that 62 percent of search and data processing tasks will be managed by machines in the next three years.

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