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March 26, 2020 – Emotional Intelligence webinar with the Council for Continuing Pharmaceutical Education

Emotional Intelligence: The three most important EQ skills needed in business today Performance Communications and Professional Image This, do not miss, workshop gets to the heart of what matters most in our daily interactions with colleagues, clients, family and friends…. emotion. Our emotional abilities are learned, and can be improved with knowledge and practice. We […]

Traininng Webinar – Presentation Skills for Professionals

Do your presentations have the impact you intend? Does your delivery grab and hold your audience’s attention? Do your words motivate audiences to action? Your professional image can be either built or undermined by your presentation abilities. This highly successful webinar, customized for professionals, will enhance your presentation skills and give you the insights you […]

Emotional Intelligence: The Three Most Important Skills needed in Business today – 247 Compliance – February

Most people realize that being emotionally smart helps in business, and there’s no shortage of empirical evidence to suggest that this realization is pretty accurate. The real question is: can people learn to be more emotionally smart? The answer is, yes. As with all forms of intelligence, there is a natural aptitude, nature, and a […]

Traininng.com – Professional Presence – March

Professional Presence: The Essentials of Credibility, Composure and Confidence Presence is personality projected. A presence that speaks well of an individual is one that projects credibility, composure, and confidence. These behaviors are not spoken but rather are displayed through the sum total of the individual. This persona is built on a healthy foundation of positive […]

babyTEL – Professional Presence and Networking Protocols – February

Professional Presence: The Essentials of Credibility, Composure and Confidence Presence is personality projected. A presence that speaks well of an individual is one that projects credibility, composure, and confidence. These behaviors are not spoken but rather are displayed through the sum total of the individual. This persona is built on a healthy foundation of positive […]

January 2020 – MD Financial Management

This seminar will prepare staff to deliver a high-end experience for their guests at events through focused etiquette training. Toronto, ON Art of the Cocktail: Business Development in the Social Arena Managing the impression you make and maximizing your ‘like-ability’ are the keys to making every networking opportunity consistently profitable. First impressions really are important. […]

January 21st Traininng.com – Professional Presence: The Essentials of Confidence, Credibility and Composure.

Presence is personality projected. A presence that speaks well of an individual is one that projects credibility, composure, and confidence. These behaviors are not spoken but rather are displayed through the sum total of the individual. This persona is built on a healthy foundation of positive self-esteem and rational thinking. Attending meetings, delivering presentations, conversing […]

SISIP Financial Client Communication: Emotional Persuasion and Presentation Skills

Emotional Persuasion: The most important EQ skills needed in business today Incorporate the gold standard of emotional intelligence into your life: Empathy. Like a rare commodity this skill predominates in high-performers but is available to all. Learn how to incorporate empathy into your thinking and witness the personal and professional growth then ensues. Being persuasive […]

SISIP Financial – January 2020 Client Interaction: Professional Image: The Psychology of Perception – Ottawa

A universal perceptual tendency is to “judge a book by its cover”.  We form lasting opinions based on what we see.  In fact, over half of the impression you convey to others is based on appearance.  The look of credibility, composure and professionalism must accompany the message for an audience or client to accept it.  […]