Supplier Roundtable: Connector to Influencer
Build your network while learning to be a better connector and influencer!
Please join our WMFHA community for a special networking and training event tailored for you, our suppliers. The insights gained will help you improve relationships with your colleagues, clients, friends and family.
What you’ll learn:
- Understanding Personality Styles to Influence Effectively: Understand your own influence style and how to determine other people’s preferred method of communicating so you can better align, present, sell, and collaborate.
- Connection Leads to Influence: Top 10 Principles from How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie: You will learn how to
- phrase requests,
- how to build camaraderie and
- how to build teamwork.
These timeless principles help you grow your network by developing trust, help you to gain cooperation and solve problems, and offer techniques for managing up, across and down so you make a bigger impact. You’ll discover how you can use these principles in all areas of life to improve relationships, convince, sell, reduce conflict and inspire.
Meet Your Facilitator
Nikki Kloeppel, Master Trainer - Dale Carnegie Training
Nikki is a Storyteller, Coach and Motivator. She specializes in consulting, employee development and inclusion. Her keynotes and trainings are interactive, humorous and high energy to keep people engaged so they achieve long lasting performance shifts. Nikki has coached 15,000 leaders to greater personal happiness and professional success.
She hosts a podcast, talk show and facilitates live and virtual events around the world for corporate clients and nonprofit organizations and associations. She creates transformational changes in thoughts, interactions, and behaviors so people are inspired to find more joy, connection and fulfillment. She has been the Global Account Manager and liaison between Microsoft and Dale Carnegie Training since 2002 and is an award-winning Master Trainer in the top 1% of global trainers. Nikki is an Educator for The Gottman Institute since 2019 delivering the famous 7 Principles for Making Marriage Work and Bringing Baby Home specializing in improving relationship and family communication.
Nikki has a Bachelor’s degree in Communication with a Psychology minor from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, WA. Nikki lives in Seattle with her husband and two sons.
Suppliers Supporting Advocacy
$10 from each registration will go to WMFHA's Better Government Fund
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