You may or may not hold a
title that puts you in a position of leadership in your organization. Studies show that in either case, you can
become a person of influence by honing specific skills. You’ve seen and met people like this – the
one who sits through a meeting or walks in a crowd, makes a few comments and
yet, is the unspoken leader in the room.
Is it just charisma or something more?
president of Precision Speaking, Inc., shares the traits and skills of becoming
an influential person. These insights
allow you to:
Define and measure your own influence
Immediately connect with clients and coworkers
using limbic synchrony
Move from tactical to strategic communications
to gain buy-in and compliance
Once you integrate these strategies and skills, you’ll
see your circle of influence accelerate, plus be able to communicate in a way
that people not only listen to, but also support your ideas.
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Lunch served at 11:30
Program starts at 12:00
1 Robert S. Smith Drive
Birmingham, AL 35209
Cost: Members free & Non-members $30
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generals to administrative assistants, Allison
Blankenship has lead thousands of people to perform under pressure. She specializes in accelerating results and
can transform your team into persuasive communicators, task-driven competitors
and strengths-based topic experts.
Allison is the president
of Precision Speaking, Inc., a training company whose client roster includes
ADP, US Air Force, Brasfield & Gorrie, Bank of America and Salix
Pharmaceuticals. She is also the author of 3 books on communication, life
balance and change. Most recently, Allison spoke at the Auburn Univeristy
Women's Leadership Forum. www.PrecisionSpeaking.com