Hear the latest from Washington, D.C., discuss legislative and regulatory initiatives impacting your workplace, and learn what it all means for human resources on your campus. You’ll also learn how to proactively respond to these changes and what you need to be doing on campus.
What if you could have the same influential skills as a CIA agent who is attaining an asset? What if you knew how to create instant rapport and have the charisma of a successful conartist? What if you could motivate people with the same persuasive power as a hostage negotiator? After intense study, research, and interviews with such individuals (and more), Sharí Alexander is teaching the secrets of conversational influence. She has distilled the influential processes used by the world’s best influencers into easy-to-implement techniques for business professionals.
Let’s agree that there is something wrong in the world when a con-artist knows more about influence than a business leader. It’s time to turn the tables and empower yourself to be a positive persuasive person.
Influence builds stronger relationships, creates motivated teams, and builds your business. Sharí shares stories and perspectives from her personal interviews with CIA agents, hostage negotiators, con-artists, mentalists, and many other masters of influence. Learn the same persuasive principles that they ALL use to achieve their goals, and how you can use them, too! Influence isn’t limited to those who are on TV, who have large fortunes, or sit in the C-suite. Increase your Influential Intelligence with this enlightening keynote presentation.
During this interactive session, review the most important higher ed labor and employment law decisions of 2016. Hear the facts and learn about the precedent and argument for each. Then, test your own knowledge by judging for yourself which side won in each case. The winner in each case will be revealed and questions answered along the way. For most of these cases, the decisions are tough, which makes for an exciting discussion for all participants.