Put Your Big Girls Pant On- and Other Power Moves to Increase Influence

We spend most of our working hours communicating without purpose. Then wonder why we don’t secure that client, receive the promotion or just feel plain stuck. This program will show how our communication behaviors dictate our future success and how women can easily show up with purpose and power!

Human beings are judged everyday by how we show up, personally and professionally.  Our communication style -what we say, how we say it- has become the basis for how others view us and ultimately treat us. Take charge of your personal and professional future by learning how to communicate with precision intent for dynamic growth!

Participants will learn how to:

  • increase awareness of how our communication behaviors dictate how others view us and treat us
  • Show up confidently (and why that is important)
  • How to adopt specific body language techniques to increase your influence
  • Control any fears of speaking in front of others
  • Communicate purposefully in both formal and informal situations

At the close of the program, attendees will report: (1) an increased knowledge of how their communication behaviors affect other’s perception of them and how this influences their career. (2) Increased ability to implement specific techniques to communicate confidence, expertise and influence.

Communication: The Cornerstone of Success for College Students

This program empowers students in higher education to raise awareness of their communication style and how it can help them succeed! Evidence-based research is related to students’ situations they encounter daily.  Too often students doubt themselves on what they should say or how they should say it, in specific situations they often encounter, thus deciding to say or do nothing.  After this program, students will gain confidence and strategies on how to put their best foot forward to pursue their goals and succeed!

You will learn how to:

  • Utilize body language to communicate confidence
  • Practice the art of listening
  • Learn how to respectfully disagree with a professor or supervisor
  • Make a great first impression
  • Show up competent and confident in interviews
  • Handle conflicting viewpoints comfortably