(and hire, and promote, and recommend, and…)
Based on the book, The 11 Laws of Likability
Your ability to create meaningful and lasting relationships directly impacts your success regardless of your role – from corporate executive to company employee to business owner to job seeker. Growing a larger network with stronger relationships increases your value, influence and impact. Learn how you can become a leader who attracts and engages an eager, committed team. Expand your referrals, shorten the sales cycle and close deals on relationships not price. And when opportunities arise, be first in mind and someone they want to say ‘yes’ to! The 11 Laws of Likability is based on one simple truth: People do business with people they like.
- Excel in making new and lasting connections
- Make a strong, positive first impression (especially in interviews)
- Create a personal brand that boosts your visibility and impact
- Build trust to improve productivity, morale, loyalty and retention
- Improve collaboration, reduce conflict and increase your influence
- Lead with confidence and authenticity
- Add value to your network and stay top of mind
Meet presenter and author Michelle Tillis Lederman:
The 11 laws of Likability has been approved for 12 (General) re-certification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR re-certification through the HR Certification Institute. For more information about certification or re-certification, please visit the HR Certification Institute website.
Who Should Attend
Anyone who works with others and desires quality relationships to build successful teams, partnerships, collaborations, organizations and businesses. This is for individuals in all types of roles including employees, managers, leaders, executives, consultants, business owner and entrepreneurs. Best departments include business development, sales, marketing, customer service, and human resources.
Participants must take an online assessment in advance of the class called the NBI ™Thinking Preferences Assessments. Results are given during the class.
Before: Get Connection Ready
During: Have the Conversation
After: Extend Contact