Talk More, Say Less
May 2, 2011 @ 08:27 AM | By Tonya Hottmann
Ever feel as though, no matter how dynamic and engaging you are trying to be while giving a presentation, your audience is starring back at you like they are watching paint dry? We have all looked out at sea of seemingly blank faces and wondered what else to do in order to connect more effectively with distracted, impatient customers and colleagues.
Connie Dieken, one for the world’s most in-demand authorities on making audience connections, will show you how to influence others with effective and engaging communications.
Join us for our free webinar, Talk Less, Say More, hosted by Connie Dieken, on Wednesday, May 25 at 1:00 PM Eastern to learn how to improve your ability to positively influence others while challenging your audience and yourself to rethink how to communicate.
This program will help you:
- Connect better with distracted, impatient people
- Convey the right information without overloading others
- Convince even the busiest, most difficult people to act
About Our Speaker
Connie Dieken is the founder and Chief Experience Officer of Influential Leaders. She’s the author of the bestseller, Talk Less, Say More: 3 Habits to Influence Others and Make Things Happen, selected as the gold medal winner and “Top Communication Book of 2010” by the Axiom Business Book Awards.
As one of the nation’s most in-demand public speaking and presentation skills coaches, Connie transforms leading executives into influential, high performance communicators. She guides executives at organizations such as Apple, Olympus, American Greetings, The Cleveland Clinic, Bausch & Lomb, McDonald’s, Moen, and Major League Baseball.
Connie is a former Emmy award-winning TV news anchor, reporter, and talk show host who delivers magnetic keynotes, workshops and executive coaching programs. Winner of six Emmy Awards and two Telly Awards, she has been inducted into the Radio/Television Broadcasters Hall of Fame, been chosen as a Top Ten Women Business Owner by the National Association of Women Business Owners, and received a Leadership Think Tank Award for her Connect, Convey, Convince® communication methodology.