Former Merrill Lynch Stockbroker Turned Author of “The Art of Business Seduction”, Jeffries Will Reveal How to Win Over Anyone So They Want to do Business With You
New York, United States
Former Merrill Lynch stockbroker turned author and Keynote Speaker, Mark Jeffries, has become a trusted adviser and communications consultant to some of the world’s largest and most successful organizations. Jeffries speaks at and moderates conferences, summits, sales meetings, user forums and conventions all over the world for clients including IBM, Ernst & Young, SAS, HP, Zurich Insurance, Gartner, Microsoft, Royal Bank of Canada, Deltek & Bank of America.
Jeffries‘ first book, “The Art of Business Seduction” reveals how to win over anyone in your life so that they want to do business with you. It is the basis for his most requested keynote, The Art of Business Influence. Communication techniques to build trust, success & connections. The message is a simple, yet vital one – communication excellence leads to increased connections, trust & success. The best news of all – we don’t have to do much to tilt the scales of perception in our favor – we just need to know how!
Mark presents a ‘toolbox’ packed with instantly useable techniques, ideas and methods designed to give you a smart, proven, communication-based approach to the challenges and opportunities you face every day. From networking to negotiation, from the power of words to the behaviors of the ‘trusted advisor’, from reading signals to delivering positivity and from Secrets of the politicians to the psychology of becoming a problem solver, you will hear innovative thinking including:
- Optimize your message with The 3 Cs of Communication
- Networking 2.0
- The common-sense ‘keys’ to Influence
- Leveraging the practical world of Social Media
- Transforming your ideas and concepts into ‘sticky and relevant messages’
- The Square of Influence – The L-WAR – Listen, Watch, Anticipate, React
- How to plant the seed of an idea
- Language – the power of words
- How to alter the way others perceive you
The secret messages you really convey