Learn the Skills to Influence Differing Personalities
Although each of us must transact to live a satisfying and comfortable life, most fail the fundamentals of transaction; they cannot influence others, labor far more than they’d like, and don’t make the money they could.
In this workshop, attendees are taught the basics of how to speed up transactions by identifying specific personality types and their unique transactional behavior.
Influence Ecology is the leading business education in transactional competence: an ability that helps ambitious professionals gain superior financial rewards while building a well-balanced life.
Led by the Influence Ecology Vice President
Drew Knowles has twenty years’ experience focused on personal, business, and management performance and effectiveness. He has facilitated training for thousands of people internationally. Prior to becoming a partner with Influence Ecology, he specialized in helping business professionals deal with the impact of stress on their performance. He authored a two and a half year-long series in M2 Magazine (New Zealand and Australia) on stress and the brain and was a speaker at Kea NZ Inspire 2015. He is known for offering practical, compelling, and relevant educational programs that teach ambitious professionals how to transact for what they want.
Influence Ecology is considered the leader in the field of Transactional Competence, having published and contributed to the only comprehensive text on the subject, Transactionalism: An Historic and Interpretive Study by Trevor J. Phillips. Co-Founder Kirkland Tibbels has authored more than 500 papers on the subject, study, and discipline of transactional competence and is a sought-after lecturer at universities, major corporations, and civic organizations around the world.
Influence Ecology’s curriculum includes webinars, online tools, podcasts, and mentorship utilized by men and women in forty-seven countries around the world. Our membership includes an international assembly of accomplished professionals, faculty, and peers from a variety of countries, industries, and cultures.