Full: How to Persuade and Influence People: Learn the Basic Social Principles that Govern Getting to "Yes" |
Tuesday, March 27, 2012|
12:30pm - 2:00pm |
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, 1301 Kinwick Centree, 32 Hollywood Road, Central |
|About the Event:|
Have you ever been tricked into saying yes or into buying something that you didn't really want? Have you ever wondered why you acted in
this way so you could avoid such ploys in the future? Understanding the six principles of persuasion will provide answers to these questions and many more.
In both our personal and business lives we need to communicate our ideas and preferences so
that they are more palatable and attractive than the alternatives, because most people have their own agenda.
Learn the basic social principles that govern getting to "Yes"!
Over 30 years
of scientific research has uncovered six basic tendencies of human nature which influence the likelihood of receiving a positive response to any given request. These six principles of persuasion provide a framework for understanding influence techniques
used frequently by businesses and politicians in society, and a structure for giving our own communications more perspective and attraction.
About the Speaker:
Neil Orvay is a Certified
Trainer of Neuro Linguistic Programming (ABNLP), Time Line TherapyTM Trainer (TLTA) and a Trainer of Hypnotherapy (ABH). Neil has taught NLP Communication, Influence, Sales & Negotiation skills in Asia, Europe and North America to over 1,000 executives
from sectors including banking & finance, legal, insurance, retail, sales, marketing and government. A Capital Markets Investment Banker of 13 years, Neil worked in London, Sydney, Singapore and Hong Kong before establishing his first entrepreneurial
venture with spa 'Sense of Touch' in 2002. Sense of Touch is now a top internationally recognised spa brand with six locations between Hong Kong and Shanghai, over 18,000 registered clients, and multiple industry awards. Neil holds a BSc (hons) degree
in Accountancy and Financial Analysis from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
for members |
HK$250 for non-members
The Canadian Chamber
of Commerce in
Suite 1301 Kinwick Center
32 Hollywood Road
Central, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2110 8700
Fax: (852) 2110 8701