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Conquering Misperceptions

May 24, 2012
1:30 pm - 3:30 pm Central Time Zone

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Don't let misperceptions hinder your success. This course examines how influence and persuasion are affected by misperceptions, and provides specific methods to identify and overcome them. Learn how to manage perceptions and achieve better results for you and your clients.

  • Create the “right” perceptions to maximize persuasion
  • Significantly reduce conflict with clients and colleagues

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1:30-2:30pm   Bypassing Unproductive Perceptions
Learn how to bypass various perceptual barriers to successful working relationships by building rapport, demonstrating care, and thus strengthening relationships that result in increased influence. At the completion of this section, attorneys will have tools to affect how they are perceived by other lawyers, clients, and others, thereby improving opportunities for influence and persuasion.
2:30-3:30pm   Techniques to Overcome Difficult Emotions and Maximize Persuasion
In order to maximize influence, it is imperative for lawyers to identify the driving forces behind potential emotional upsets or concerns in order to minimize the disruptive effects of negative emotional reactions. In this section, lawyers are given tools to dig beneath emotions in order to discover the core needs, interests, and values of all parties involved. By doing so, lawyers are better equipped to realign the parties towards better outcomes and minimize stress and anxiety in the process.

Chris Layton

Chris Layton, J.D. is the founder of The Layton Law Firm, PLLC, a consumer bankruptcy firm in Charlotte, North Carolina, and has been facilitating Likeable Lawyer programs since 2007. Chris holds a B.A. in Journalism from The University of Maryland at College Park and a J.D. from Wake Forest University.


Date: 05/24/2012
Start Time: 13:30:00Central Time Zone
End Time: 15:30:00Central Time Zone
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"I found the seminar to provide very useful insights into people's perceptions of each other and important ideas about how to communicate more clearly and effectively. I would recommend the course to anyone."
Angus King ,
Former Governor of Maine



"This course demonstrates the importance of pathos in persuasion with realistic examples of how communication and negotiation can go awry, and how it can be righted."
Christine Dehney,
Attorney



"Insightful, engaging and provocative. Brian is very knowledgable and an excellent speaker."
Claire Miller,
Alcoa



"Absolutely fabulous CLE! The Basis of Influence Series is very thoughtful and tackles interpersonal relationships that lawyers encounter. The lessons will greatly affect the practice of law for anyone and these topics are not often approached or discussed."
Jane Harvey,
Attorney



"Worth the time and effort; the content exceeded my expectations and provides new ways of thinking."
Karen Corallo,
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld