Disagree Agreeably: Course Reviews
"Wow...fastest 1 hour and getting so much good information I've had in a long time! This should be a mandatory training for my organization. Loved it!"
"One of the best webinars I have participated in, very engaging. Great value and excellent presentation."
DoD - DFAS
"It truly was interactive; the presenters interacted with each of us attendees as if we were in the same room. This will greatly help in mentoring our team to improve their skills, as well as improve our ability to influence other teams/individuals across the organization."
Chapter Development Liaison
Woman's Life Insurance Society
"It was engaging and the content was relevant and presented well. Great team of presenters. As regional support I am tasked with a lot of on-line presenting and my ability to provide impact is critical."
Assoc Director Mktg Mgmt
"Online format worked well. 1 hour training seemed to be a perfect fit."
"Good information. Best session I've taken so far."
"Extremely helpful and useful in the real world."
"As an insurance company, all of our claim specialist negotiate settlements and need to hear other people's opinions and view points. This will help with that."
"I'm self employed and it's very useful. Everyone should take it."
"Both presenters were very experienced and knowledgeable! Thank you!"
"Active Participation - Interactiveness encouraged with Adobe Connect. Great Forum!"
In this webinar, you will gain insights into your personality and reactions when dealing with differences of opinion surrounding your "hot buttons." You will learn to give others the benefit of the doubt and how to practice expressing yourself in a way that promotes acceptance, agreeable outcomes, and improved productivity.
Numerous live sessions offered each month -- register for the time that works best for you.
1-Hour virtual instructor-led sessions utilizing chat, whiteboard tools and polling
Fast-paced interactive exchange of timely skills and "How-to's"
"When dealing with people, let us remember we are not dealing with creatures of logic. We are dealing with creatures of emotion."
― Dale Carnegie, How to Win Friends and Influence People