October 14 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm CDT
When you join us for this virtual training, you’ll walk away feeling like you can use your unique strengths to be more persuasive. Often, people tell us that they are not influential because they’re not a charismatic presenter. Interestingly, you can be highly influential in lots of non-traditional ways if you lead through your natural talents.
For example, we’ve had a self-described “painfully introverted” person feel incredible on stage when they changed their speech into a moderated panel where they could sit face-to-face with a small group of other people. They used their style rather than someone else’s. We’ve had “data nerds” become extraordinarily influential by slicing and dicing data in a way that others would never think of. It’s all about using your unique strengths to get your ideas heard.
In this session, we’ll help you 1) uncover what might be your influencing superpower, 2) use your strengths to address conflict so that your opinion gets considered, and 3) utilize human behavior principles (like “Risk/Loss Aversion”) to give an urgency about the change you’re proposing.
Note: our resources lean heavily on your CliftonStrengths Assessment results. Can you attend if you’ve never done StrengthsFinder? Yes. Will it be better if you have your Top 5 results? Yes.