Only for Managing People: The Free Online Training That Teaches You
How to Stop Your Team Members from Checking Their Phone Every 2 Minutes in Meetings and Get Their Full Attention
For A Limited Time Only!
from the author of “Words That Change Minds”, Shelle Rose Charvet
This Online Training is absolutely FREE and plays in your local time. Grab a seat for the next session – we’re starting in just a few minutes.
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In This 90-Minute Online Training, You Will Learn:
✓ The 6 Motivation Patterns from the Language and Behavior Profile that drive human behavior and help you really understand how your team members and peers get motivated, in a meeting or presentation.
✓ With this understanding, you’ll know how to open a presentation and what magic words to say to your meeting participants so that they willingly leave their devices aside and give you their full attention.
✓ How to keep your team actively engaged in the conversation throughout the entire meeting.
✓ You’ll win the competition for attention, and instead of seeing heads bent down during meetings, you’ll see bright, shining, and engaged faces.
✓ The Language of Suggestion to get your message across to even the most skeptical participants of your meeting, without facing resistance and doubting looks.
✓ What to do at the end of the meeting so your team members are eager to get their jobs done.
✓ A list of influencing words and phrases from the Language and Behavior Profile, to use right away, in your next meeting, presentation or email, to get your team members to cooperate instantly.
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About Your Instructor
Her first book, “Words That Change Minds” is an international bestseller, available in 15 languages.
Shelle has been researching and teaching for over 35 years and she is known for her advanced techniques used to enhance rapport, trust, credibility, and influence. You can find more about her on InstituteForInfluence.com
Kind Words From Good People
“Shelle illustrates, in clear language […] how to influence, how to sell, how to manage, all the while respecting people at a deep level.”
Jack Canfield, Author, Chicken Soup for the Soul