No matter what business you’re in, you can’t avoid interacting with people and building relationships. David Mitchell of The Leadership Difference will share “The Power of Understanding People” during a keynote presentation at 4 p.m. Nov. 7 at the Ramada Plaza & Suites, 1635 42nd St. S., in Fargo. His talk will be followed by a social with cash bar and hors d’oeuvres at 6 p.m. The event is open to the public and sponsored by Choice Financial Group, Fiebiger, Swanson, West & Co., LLP and Hirshfield’s Paints. Cost is $40 for Home Builders Association of F-M members and $65 for non-members. Register by calling (701) 232-5846 or email email@example.com.
By attending Mitchell’s keynote, you will find the tools to understand individuals’ unique communication style. This information-filled, energizing training provides an ideal combination of strong content, laugh-out-loud humor and audience interaction.
- A shared experience and language that attendees can relate to in their work and personal lives;
- A better understanding of their own and others’ unique interactive styles;
- Valuable information about the various interactive styles to help become a more insightful communicator, leader, sales professional and customer service provider;
- The foundation of information necessary to fine-tune relationships with customers, colleagues, family members and friends.
Mitchell founded his organization development consulting firm, Leadership Difference, in 1995. Since then, over 250,000 people have attended his “enter-TRAIN-ment” seminars on topics including leadership, customer service, selling skills and personal performance enhancement. Mitchell is also the author of the book Live and Learn or Die Stupid! which focuses on personal contentment and performance excellence. He is currently writing his next book, The Power of Understanding People, scheduled for release in December. In 2013, Mitchell was named Best Speaker of the Year by Meeting Professionals International.
The HBA of F-M promotes an environment where members and their businesses can prosper. It is a non-profit trade association of nearly 800 members that has been in existence since 1956. Its public events include the Spring Parade of Homes, Fall Parade of Homes, Remodeled Home Tour, Red River Valley Home & Garden Show and Fall Home Show. For more information, visit www.hbafm.com.