All OTs Are Salespeople

All OTs Are Salespeople


This is not a book about Occupational Therapists becoming Salespeople! This book will, however, suggest how we can learn from techniques and skills which are associated with the abilty to influence or sell. This is one of those books which you can pick up, read a bit and then pick up again and read a bit more. 

I remember the first time I picked up Iwama’s book and I thought wow, this is something special and completely different to any other Occupational Therapy books I’ve read. In it there were relatively few references and it had a flow about it which I really enjoyed (pardon the pun!). It was also pretty conceptual, which is great for imagination and creativity. I want this book to be a bit like that for you. 

This book is about me telling you that there are other possibilities and other ways you can use your core skills as an Occupational Therapist through what I've learned as a Social Entrepreneur. It also discusses how Occupational Therapy and Occupational Therapists can learn from another skilled discipline, that of selling.

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  • Format: PDF
  • Pages: 92
  • Published: June 2016

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Sam Dondi-Smith, OT

About the Creator

Sam is a social entrepreneur from Kent, England. He is a speaker, author and family man who is also committed to improving community and reducing social exclusion particularly of older people. Sam is very passionate about challenging the ‘old way’ of doing things and likes to find innovative solutions to old problems which are embedded in society, community and public services.

Sam’s projects include Interactive Me - A tablet-based application for older people with dementia to re-engage in their past and improve their social relationships. Sam is also working on new ways of implementing person-centred care in a scalable way as well as mentoring people with new ideas which may help to change the care landscape we are currently living in.

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