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    What New Brain Research Tells Us About How to Build Trust and Influence More Effectively

    February 23, 2017
    11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
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    Brennan's of Houston
    3300 Smith
    Houston, TX 77006

    The rate of change has accelerated. The demands on our time and energy have escalated.  The only thing that doesn’t seem to have changed is the amount of hours in a day! This is a formula for stress, frustration, and mediocrity…unless we discover sound strategies and enhanced skills to deal with this new environment. Those crucial skills are the ability to build trust, effectively influence, and to problem-solve collaboratively. Interestingly – and fortunately – advanced brain imaging is giving us concrete insights into how to build these crucial skills so you can learn build trust and influence key audiences.  Discover a formula for reducing stress under ever-increasing demands and learn how to quickly build trust and influence key audiences.

    Speaker Eva Archer-Smith

    Eva Archer-Smith is a highly-sought after Executive Coach who works with senior leaders and top professionals in a wide range of industries around the world. In this luncheon presentation, she will share some of these key insights and suggest how they can be practically applied at work. Before establishing her own consulting and coaching practice 20 years ago, Eva was Vice President of Marketing and Corporate Communications for SystemOne Corporation, the information management subsidiary of Continental Airlines. 

    Prior to her experience with Continental, Eva was a senior public affairs executive for Exxon Company USA, specializing in the development of public relations programs that created community support for the company’s operational and political goals. She pioneered programs that coalesced political support from third-party public interest groups as well as Exxon’s shareholders and retirees.

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     Please note that refunds are issued only in the form of a credit toward a future IABC Monthly Luncheon.


    $45.00 Member Ticket
    $40.00 Earlybird rate before February 21

    $55.00 Nonmember Ticket
    $50.00 Earlybird rate before February 21

    $20.00 Student Ticket

    $399.99 Table of 8