Webinar on ‘How Do You Regain Rapport If You Lose It?’

Overview: 
Rapport sometimes occurs naturally. If you lose rapport by some words, some actions or whatever, then this elusive component is twice as difficult to summon.

Why should you Attend: The importance of rapport in business interactions is a secret that many people do not know. Seldom discussed, rapport skills are the success strategies of executives, managers, and actually all employees with dreams.

Areas Covered in the Session:

  • Necessity of understanding rapports
  • Definition
  • Best Strategy
  • Your outcome, Their outcome
  • Dovetailing
  • Rapport lost
  • Quick strategy if lost
  • Additional fine-tuning
  • Increased perception
  • Winning questions

Who Will Benefit:

  • Anyone in Business
  • CEO,CFO and CTO
  • HR Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Senior Management
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Leadership
  • Employee Relationship Manager
  • Staffing Manager

Instructor:

Dr. Genie Z. Laborde , Ph. D., Internationally recognized seminar leader and author with 31 years experience in her field, is also the Founder of International Dialogue Education Associates, inc. Dr. Laborde designs her programs, produces her videos to complement the trainings, and certifies her trainers to conduct the programs. She and her trainers have taught over 50,000 students in 15 countries around the world. Her book, “Influencing with Integrity” has sold more than 151,000 copies in 6 languages. The skills in her seminars are collected from Gestalt psychology, Linguistics, Cybernetics, and new Right Brain insights. Her book of research, “Toot Your Own Horn”, is a collection of 26 studies, indicating the effectiveness of these skills in the work-place. I.D.E.A.’s client list includes IBM, Chase Bank, Dow Jones, Sprint, Dell, HP, Intel, the United Nations, Stanford University, and 100 other major corporations and institutions.

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