Establishing Influence and Leadership Presence | May 19 2023
Successfully making a favorable impression, getting people to believe in you or buy into your ideas, or establishing your influence, requires getting others’ subconscious brain on-side. Winning their subconscious brain means establishing a meaningful, authentic connection with others so they may like you, trust you, and hopefully comply with you.
In this course, we will uncover frontier insights from brainscience on how others perceive you and all the information you present to them, online, virtually. Surprising facts? Others aren’t using the conscious, logical, rational, language-centers of their brains as we assume they are: instead their brain prefers to work on subconscious, social, emotional, circumstantial, contextual and image-based impulses to make all of its decisions.
- Interpersonal Skills
Currently ranked in the top 3 in the world for human behavior experts in business, Dr. Brynn Winegard is a multiple award-winning Professor, Professional Speaker, and Expert in ‘business-brain’ sciences. After a decade in corporate marketing and an ongoing career as a Professor of Business, today, Dr. Brynn can be found year-round on stages and screens all over the world departing frontier insights from brainscience that will be sure to please you and help elevate your daily business. When Dr. Brynn isn’t speaking to groups like ours, she is a regularly featured expert commentator in television, radio, and print – having appeared hundreds of times on the airwaves of broadcast networks across North America. For even more on Dr. Brynn, her research, writing, instructional videos, and appearances please visit: www.drbrynn.com
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Mid to executive level managers who want to better understand how to influence others and how to present as a leader.
This course can be customized to your organization's needs and delivered at your location or the Ron Joyce Centre.