Don’t miss the latest FREE webinar from Women Impacting Storebrand Excellence (WISE) “How to Read a Person Like a Book: Understanding Behavioral Diversity” this Thursday, June 4th, 2015 from 12:00 – 1:00 pm CST. Registration is Complimentary.
Dr. Tony Alessandra, CEO of Assessments 24×7 and a National Speakers Association Speakers Hall of Fame inductee will discuss:
Do you ever feel that someone just doesn’t understand your style of communicating?
Do you look at a colleague and think that person is not on the same wavelength?
In this one-hour webinar, you’ll learn:
- How to master THE PLATINUM RULE – Do Unto Others As They Would Have You Do Unto Them!
- What are the four basic behavior types and how to deal effectively with each one.
- Which of the four basic behavior types YOU are.
- How to easily determine the behavioral style of everyone you meet in a few short minutes by making two simple decisions.
- How to genuinely know and understand what makes people tick.
Dr. Tony Alessandra helps companies turn prospects into promoters. He is two speakers in one … a professor and a performer, or as one client put it – he delivers college-level lectures in a comedy store format. Dr. Tony offers audiences the opportunity to enjoy themselves while learning practical, immediately applicable skills that positively affect their relationships with prospects, customers and co-workers. His focus is on how to create instant rapport with prospects, employees & vendors; how to convert prospects and customers into business apostles who will preach the gospel” about your company and products; and how to out-market, out-sell and out-service the competition.
Dr. Alessandra has a street-wise, college-smart perspective on business, having been raised in the housing projects of NYC to eventually realizing success as a graduate professor of marketing, Internet entrepreneur, business author, and hall-of-fame keynote speaker. He earned a BBA from Notre Dame, an MBA from the Univ. of Connecticut and his PhD in marketing in 1976 from Georgia State University.