Influence for Introverts
Get results without compromising your natural style.
Nov 21Wed 10:30 AM AEDT - Wed 11:30 AM AEDT Online
- $180.00 incl. GST
- PD hours: 1
Introverts need to do things differently to influence others to act.
Confrontation doesn't come easily, we don't like to draw attention to ourselves and we don't necessarily want to take a lead on things.
Thankfully behavioural science can help us anticipate, analyse and overcome resistance from others, making us more effective in meetings, in dealing with clients and staff, and in getting stuff done.
In this session with Bri Williams, Australia's leading behavioural specialist and CPA, we’ll deal with the three common barriers you'll need to address to get people to act and you'll learn how to:
• turn introvert 'weaknesses' into your super power
• apply the ‘Steve Jobs' approach to pricing to acquire and retain clients
• use ‘magic words’ to influence which options clients choose
If you've ever been frustrated when clients don't follow your advice, been annoyed that squeaky wheels seem to rule the world, or lamented having to deal with people, then this is the session for you.
As Bri says “I've lived it and never want any like-minded introvert to suffer it again!”
Webinar Learning Outcomes:
Attendees will understand key principles of behavioural economics which can be implemented for greater influence.
Accountants, Lawyers, Financial Advisors, Professionals and Business Owners who wish to enhance their influence without changing who they are.
This webinar will be run by one of Australia's leading behavioural specialists, Bri Williams from People Patterns. A CPA with degrees in finance and applied psychology, Bri has worked with businesses of all sizes, including some of Australia's biggest financial institutions and SMEs including financial planning and..
You will be provided with:
• PowerPoint presentation slide deck
• Any Supporting documentation
• Webinar Recording to view multiple times for up to 6 months
• An opportunity to ask questions to the presenter