1 CPE Credit (Virtual Session)
Studies show that the higher the level of trust, the more successful the outcome. Nonverbal communication is a significant data source used to make decisions around trust. However, the pandemic has significantly altered how we communicate during meetings and interviews: Masks, social distancing, and ever-changing mandates add additional layers of complexity. To ensure that we continue to increase trust during difficult situations it is imperative that we master nonverbal communication skills. Pamela Barnum will walk us through being better communicators in difficult situations.
After completing this session, participants will be able to:
Pamela Barnum, Trust Strategist & Body Language Expert, JD, MPA. Barnum is a former undercover Police Office and Federal Prosecuting Attorney. She has been coaching and consulting on sales and trust-building since 2012. Prior to that Barnum spent over 20 years working in the criminal justice system, first as an undercover police office in the drug enforcement section and later as a prosecuting attorney. Her TEDx Talk, “What Drug Dealers Taught Me About Trust”, was viewed more than 200,000 times in the first six months.
Other information: https://pamelabarnum.com/
Recommended CPE Credit & Field of Study: 1 CPE hour and Communication and Marketing.
Program Level: Basic
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For events provided by the Austin chapter at no cost to registrants, there will be no refunds.
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