Personal and Interpersonal Effectiveness: Managing Yourself to Influence Others
It’s an inside-out approach: effective individuals make great coworkers and contribute to outstanding teams that form highly effective organizations.
The evidence is overwhelming—organizations that develop the personal and interpersonal effectiveness of their employees are the same organizations that benefit from extraordinary results, successful projects, excellent teams, and trusted leaders.
This keynote consists of a series of highly engaging and purposeful examples to help the audience realize that what they say and do not only affects their own workplace performance but has a positive or negative influence on those they work with.
The audience is inspired to see how the choices and decisions they make throughout every working day can help them better serve their customers, their coworkers, and their teams.
Remember: effective organizations begin with effective individuals.