Persuasion: A Crash Course for Scientists and Chemical Professionals

Persuasion: A Crash Course for Scientists and Chemical Professionals

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It’s all about RESULTS. Do you know how to use persuasion to get the results you’re looking for? Whether you’re making a formal presentation to management or discussing data with a co-worker, you need to know the “science” of persuasion to be effective. Join our speaker, Lou Hampton, President of The Hampton Group, Inc., for a crash course on mastering persuasion for those in the chemical industry!

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What You Will Learn

  • What brain and behavioral research tell us about persuasion
  • An 8-step process to create persuasive messages that get results
  • Guidelines to determine what content to keep and what to delete
  • Selecting visuals (slides and models) that help prove your case
  • And much more…

 

Webinar Details

Date: Thursday, January 13, 2011

Time: 2:00-3:00 pm ET

Fee: Free

 

Meet Your Expert

Lou Hampton is president of The Hampton Group, Inc., a communication consulting firm helping clients to Be confident. Be convincing. Be Memorable: Get Results!™ For 30 years, Lou has helped scientists, chemical professionals and  medical researchers in the U.S. and Europe get results in persuasive situations. Among his clients have been Dow, DuPont, Eastman, Astra-Zeneca, and Bristol-Myers Squibb.

 

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ACS Webinars™ does not endorse any products or services. The views expressed in this presentation are those of the presenter and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the ACS.

 

One Response to “Persuasion: A Crash Course for Scientists and Chemical Professionals”

  1. Nathan Stehle says:

    Thanks!

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