Sales training and reducing the narrative
Good day, everyone. I wonder if you may have some ideas on this topic.
I've been given the task to complete a narrated course with three different branching scenarios by the end of September. The sales manager went to an LMS conference recently and wants everything to be branching scenarios like "The Broken Coworker."
I got the first draft of the narrative, which takes 2.5 minutes to read before the first question. If this is to be a "choose the best answer" kind of story, I feel like maybe a minute max is the longest for an intro before that first question. Instead, what they've written is a full sales conversation that they consider a success. So maybe we don't do branching on this. Maybe we give the audience the highlights on what makes a successful sales call, do the scenario with no choices, then summarize at the end. But with that I see a huge problem with visuals.
As always, any thoughts are very much appreciated. You are all so helpful!