Loving What You Do: Being an Influencer at Work
Date: Thursday, December 12, 2019
Location: Buchanan Hall – Advanced Technology and Business Center
You don’t need the title of leader to be an influencer at work! Do you tend to get results from others without having the authority? Do people ask you questions because you are a great resource for accurate and timely answers? Do team members seek your advice when facing a work-related issue because you are solution driven? This session will focus on strengthening your skills of influence so you can be the “right kind” of team player. Discover how you can share your enthusiasm to create a climate for motivation.
Facilitator: Terry Whitson
Terry Whitson is an independent training and development consultant with more than 25 years of experience in corporate training. She earned a master's degree in training and development from Drake University and an undergraduate degree in business with a marketing emphasis from the University of Iowa. Terry has been an adjunct faculty member at Kirkwood Community College since 1988 and Mount Mercy University since 2010. She has worked as a training manager and corporate trainer for several large companies. She also gained valuable insight into customer communications from her early work experience as a customer service manager.
This session is part of the Business Consortium Workshop Series. Call 319-296-4290 to register.