How to Coach Your Clients to Be Influential
This presentation proposes to introduce the participants to the Keller Influence Indicator® (KII®) and how it will help the client clearly define and quickly move toward goals, how it will impact the coach’s ability to work with a client, and how it will help grow the coach’s business. The key elements used are an understanding of the impact of the Seven Influence Traits™ and what they mean for a person to be influential, an introduction of the relationship between the Seven Influence Traits® and the Five Organizational Competencies™; leadership, communication, team effectiveness, strategy & solutions, and execution & evaluation.
CCEs APPROVED: Core Competencies 1.5
PRESENTER: Karen Keller, Ph.D., MCC, CEO of Karen Keller International, Inc., is author/creator of the Keller Influence Indicator® (KII®). She is a clinical psychologist and Master Certified Coach specializing in influence and human behavior. Dr. Keller develops programs, materials and resources relating to the Art of Influence. Her latest influence report, SOCR®, incorporates a person’s Seven Influence Traits® as related to the 5 Organizational Competencies. She is passionate at helping people and companies develop their influence potential and an influence culture. Dr. Keller speaks and facilitates training seminars on Influence Mastery for companies of all sizes, from start-ups to Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 corporations. Her list of clients includes Clemson University, PepsiCo, American Express, Pizza Hut, Paragon Medical, and Purdue University. Dr. Keller can be reached at email@example.com or visit her website at www.karen-keller.com.
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