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Leveraging Interpersonal Styles

Reception - 6:00 pm
Program - 7:00 pm
Important:  Parking is available in the Bank of America Building and will be validated

Leveraging Interpersonal Styles

The FBI uses it to get inside the criminal mind. Successful business development professionals use it to get more sales. And now you can, too. We''re talking about ‘Leveraging Interpersonal Styles’ – working out what makes people tick … what makes them buy and what makes them relate effectively!  If you use this for your family, friends or clients your success rate will increase and your relationships will run smoother.

People are more apt to relate to you IF they perceive that you view their world as they view it.  Come spend the evening with training gurus, Adam Halpern & Scott Tartaglia and learn more about yourself, your colleagues and your customers!  

How You Will Benefit:  

    • Understand the four key personality types
    • Identify your own personality and how to work with it
    • Positive Problem Solving (when things go wrong)

Who Should Attend:

  • This discussion is designed for business professionals who want to enhance their credibility with diplomatic communication and maximize their positive impact on others.

What You Will Cover: 

  • Defining your style - Interpersonal Styles refer to the concept of observable behavior – what a person says and does in the presence of others. Assertiveness and responsiveness are introduced as characteristics behind the four primary styles:  Analytical, Driver, Expressive and Amiable.

  • Applying your style - We''ll discuss how prospects in each interpersonal style can be expected to relate to "analyticals", "drivers", "amiables" and "expressives." This segment includes individual and group exercises.

Sponsored by:
Speaker Adam Halpern & Scott Tartaglia
Organizer Becci Himes


Mon, June 18, 2007
1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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