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Communicating with Influence: What your Audience Needs from you

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Product Id : 701720
Instructor: Neil Samuels

Training Options Duration: 60 Minutes
Wednesday,   April 26, 2017   |    10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT



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Overview: After analyzing hundreds of talks and presentations we saw that the most engaging and effective speakers followed virtually none of the rules that are taught in books and training webinars. And that's when we started to realize that almost everything we've been taught about business communication is wrong. We discovered that the key to communicating successfully is found in science. Modern neuroscience has shown that each of us processes information in very different ways. In this one-hour webinar you will learn an incredibly simple way to deliver the right information at exactly the right moment to engage each member of your audience every time you communicate.

Drawing on research and modern neuroscience, you will learn exactly what your audience needs from you when you speak in meetings, conference calls and presentations - and how to implement it immediately to achieve results.

Why should you Attend: We all recognize how important effective communication is to success in business - and so many of us want to improve our skills. The problem is that traditional communication training doesn't address the real issues. That's why so many professionals still struggle to present their ideas clearly and concisely, write emails that achieve action, or have their voices heard in meetings.

Areas Covered in the Session:
  • Learn how our neurological preferences affect our communication
  • Understand exactly what your audience needs from you
  • Recognize your communication bias and how to correct it
  • Learn how to structure your communication to engage diverse audiences

Who Will Benefit:
  • CEO
  • COO
  • CFO
  • VP
  • Director
  • Manager
  • Supervisor
Neil Samuels A respected coach, mentor, and innovative thinker, Neil Samuels has worked with senior leaders on six continents to help them develop themselves, their teams and their organizations as they navigate through complex, large-scale change. As Senior Consultant with Jeffrey Strategic he helps executives and leaders attain high performance through neuroscience-based communication.

Neil devoted 27 years of his career to Amoco/BP in the US, West Africa and Europe, first as a geologist and then as an internal consultant. In his final internal role with BP he worked in London as manager of organization development for Europe, leading a team of consultants serving 30,000 employees in 13 countries. An expert in the field of Appreciative Inquiry, Neil served as adjunct faculty at Pepperdine University’s Graziadio School of Business and Management. He has published in the education, management and organizational development fields in the US and UK and has presented his work at the Academy of Management, the National Safety Council Congress and the International Conference on Appreciative Inquiry.

Neil founded his own consulting firm, Profound Conversations, in 2006 to help leaders re-discover their strengths, clarify their commitments and fundamentally change their conversations. He believes that conversations characterized by depth and intensity lead to successful, lasting change. Neil lives in Chicago, Illinois where he serves on the board of Project HELP, a non-profit dedicated to preventing child abuse through parent education and mentoring. In addition to his board duties, Neil works one-on-one with families and was recently named the National Exchange Club Parent Mentor of the Year.

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