The Anatomy of Trust: The Value of Human Connection in Court, with Prospective Clients and Your Staff
Jennifer Edwards Robinson shares how you can enhance the value of human connection at work and with your prospects, your staff, and in court. In the digital age, the greatest advantage you have is elevating your performance. The latest research in brain science provides remarkable insights that may help you reduce drama and accelerate collaboration, allowing your team to work better, smarter & faster. Joining us to learn a few techniques to build more successful relationships with people (especially under pressure) can give you an even greater advantage in the game of business. Jennifer is an executive with Market Force, employing its methodology to incorporate the latest research in brain science and behavioral theory into a business context, and providing advanced training in communication, coordination, and developing the ability to predict human behavior. This is going to be an interactive sharing session; please have your camera and microphone on for participation.
About our Speaker:
Jennifer Edwards Robinson both inspires and illuminates as she brings forth meaningful and radical shifts in business performance. Her competitive nature helps her clients win more in the game of business and her caring support provides them with the confidence to change, the courage to invest and the freedom to choose. Jennifer is adept at unlocking her clients' true potential and helping them enjoy unprecedented growth. Her approach incorporates a wealth of business and financial experience, and a mastery of coaching and facilitation skills.
This lunch presentation will be held via Zoom Video Conference. Registered attendees will be provided with a link to the Zoom registration once you have registered on the PCBA website. This is a 2-step process. Be sure to look for your PCBA registration confirmation email. This email may land in your spam folder.
This video conference will provide one hour MCLE credit.
Cost is $15 for PCBA members and $25 for non-PCBA members.