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Influencing and presenting with authority

Is the way you speak, interact and present holding you back? Understanding how we unconsciously undermine ourselves through our interactions is essential if we are to communicate with authority. Join us for this special Bunnings Quick Bite event to gain understanding of the three steps to self assurance that will allow you to stop the rot and start thriving in the workplace.

PLEASE NOTE – THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED

Is the way you speak, interact and present holding you back?

Understanding how we unconsciously undermine ourselves through our interactions is essential if we are to communicate with authority.

Join us for this special Bunnings Quick Bite event to gain understanding of the three steps to self assurance that will allow you to stop the rot and start thriving in the workplace.

Presentation will cover:

  • How to influence with authority and influence key stakeholders
  • Asserting authority in the face of negative micro-messages
  • Ways to present with authority

Bunnings store sustainability tour and networking and DIY activity will follow the presentation.

 

Quick Bite Event: Influencing and presenting with authority

Learning Pillar: Personal Courage & Confidence

Host: Bunnings

Venue: 501 Williamstown Rd, Port Melbourne, VIC 3207 (free parking in store car park – see map below)

Date: Thursday 12th November 2015

Time: 3 – 5 pm

Cost:

Complimentary – Gold/Silver Corporate members
$33 – Bronze/Individual members
$55 – Non-members

Bookings (by 6th November): http://www.trybooking.com/165215

 

Speakers:

Mike Schneider – Director Operations, Bunnings

Andrea Clarke – Former Washington D.C. Correspondent &  Managing Director of CareerCEO

 

About Bunnings:

BunningsBunnings is the leading retailer of home improvement and outdoor living products in Australia and New Zealand and a major supplier to project builders, commercial tradespeople and the housing industry. Operating from a network of large warehouse stores, smaller format stores, trade centres and frame and truss sites, Bunnings caters for consumer and commercial customers. Revenue across the 2015 financial year totalled $9.5 billion. As at 30 June 2015, there were 236 warehouses, 65 smaller format stores, 33 trade centres and three frame and truss centres operating across Australia and New Zealand. At 30 June 2015 we employed over 38,000 team members.

Store location map:

Port Melbourne Bunnings store map

 

 

Yesterday we had our Inspirational Influencers - how to get ahead inclusively and it was a hit! The team at @Coles discussed how to increase your influence and therefore your reputational capital. Keep an eye out in our webinar portal for the replay! pic.twitter.com/GMoYW46juc

About 2 weeks ago from NAWO's Twitter via Hootsuite Inc.