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Wednesday, October 9, 2019
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Associated Credit Union
6251 Crooked Creek Road
Peachtree Corners, GA 30092


Make sure you’re registered for this upcoming event because this is one training session you don’t want to miss! You’ll be treated to an interactive presentation by “The Gold Standard of Body Language Experts” AND Q & A lunch with a professional media panel.

Enjoy an opportunity to network with colleagues and peers, hear from a panel of media professionals over lunch, and enjoy an excellent presentation from Patti Wood, Speaker, Trainer, Spokesperson & Media Authority.

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Patti Wood, MA

Body language expert, author, speaker and media favorite Patti Wood has helped people around the world learn to read and use the secrets body language for personal and business success. She has consulted on murder cases, taught interviews and interrogation techniques to all branches of law enforcement, coached CEOs, negotiators and sales forces. Her clients include; AT&T, Hewlett Packard, Proctor and Gamble, Kroger, UPS, Porsche, Coca-Cola, and s as well as hundreds of National Associations and businesses like yours. She is interviewed by the national and international media every week. You see her "reads" of world leaders, celebrities and murder suspects in National every week an on the Today Show, Good Morning America, CNN, FOX News, Entertainment Tonight, Dr. Drew, The History Channel, Inside Edition, Showbiz Tonight, The Discovery Channel, Steve Harvey, The Talk, and more.

Take a sneak peek into Patti’s presentation!

You’re meeting someone for the first time, talking to someone at work or a community event, being interviewed by the media, giving a speech, speaking to emailing or texting someone on the phone, In each of these situations, you are forming a SNAP impression of that person on that day in that interaction that determines how you’ll interact with that person in that particular situation and each person is forming an impression of you. This course is based on Patti’s book, “SNAP Making the Most of First Impressions Body Language and Charisma.”

In this high energy, interactive program, you will be up out of your chairs and turning to partners and working in groups building your nonverbal communication and media interviewing skills, laughing and learning about how you come across to others, how to establish connection and rapport and how to accurately assess others and enhance your media interviews.

Objectives

  • Understanding the science of Nonverbal Communication
  • Making the other person feel safe and open in 1/300th of a second
  • Practicing three methods to gain and maintain rapport
  • Increasing the accuracy of your first impression assessments of others
  • Improving your first impression
  • Key skills in recognizing when you are with a credible, honest, authentic person
  • Understanding the difference between danger signals and attraction signals
  • The “Primacy and Recency effect” on your everyday interactions and interviews
  • Encouraging acceptance and agreement of your ideas through one simple movement
  • Learning the one mistake that people typically make when trying to read body language – and how it can sabotage your relationships
  • Recognizing “comfort cues” that can show you are stressed and could make people think you lack confidence or think you are deceptive in an interview
  • Handling handshakes - the bone crushers, the twisters, and the whimps
  • Harnessing the power of your voice, to create rapport, and have a better phone and face to face media interview
  • Opening the blind spot to your own body language impression
  • Understanding and using the “Charismatic Factors”
  • Using the best distance and talking position to increase honesty based on gender
  • Understanding how the heart and other "body windows" hide or reveal emotions and what you need to do to look open and honest and tell if others are receptive to your ideas and requests
  • Recognizing what part of the body is the most "honest”
  • Practicing smart tech impressions
  • Empowering your physical presence nonverbally
  • Using the three foundation principles of body language to improve your media impression

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