About Nicholas Boothman - Teamwork and Communications Author:
Nicholas Boothman spent more than 35 years studying the way people connect, communicate face-to-face and collaborate through teamwork. A former fashion and advertising photographer who dealt with hundreds of new faces a week for clients like AT&T, Revlon and Coca-Cola, he now shows businesses around the world how to naturally connect and build trust, from first impressions to profitable relationships, and all the communicating in-between.
Today The New York Times calls him
Dale Carnegie for a rushed era. The Economist Magazine's Matthew Bishop calls him
truly inspirational, and Good Morning America says,
His book is my bible.
Nicholas has taught his revolutionary technique of
Rapport by Design to thousands of corporations, colleges and universities around the world including the Queens, Harvard and London Business schools.
A Licensed Master-Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming, Nicholas is the author of 4 best-selling book, How to Make People Like You in 90 Seconds or Less, How to Connect in Business in 90 Seconds or Less, How to Make Someone Fall in Love with You in 90 Minutes or Less and Convince Them in 90 Seconds.
British by birth, North American by location, and Universal in his message, Nicholas Boothman brings a fresh perspective to connecting face-to-face in this impersonal age of high technology. His clients include: Ernst and Young, Bank of America, U.S. Dept of Justice, Arizona State University, Harvard Business School, Cognos, RE/MAX, National Bank, Sony, Merrill Lynch, Deloitte, Johnson & Johnson, Manulife, HSBC Bank, American Medical Association, Hertz Corporation, IBM, General Motors, and many others.
What Nicholas Boothman Talks About:
A highly entertaining speaker, Nicholas Boothman has presented his revolutionary technique of 'Rapport by Design' to businesses, corporations, governments and universities around the world. Whether you are an employee, a manager, or the boss, a great deal of your success depends on how well you connect with other people. This is not an innate talent but a skill that can be taught. In his presentation to your group, Nicholas will answer the question: why is it easier to get along with some people than with others?. Along the way he will provide attendees with tools to help them connect immediately to their clients, co-workers, managers, and subordinates.
Nicholas Boothman's interactive keynotes and workshops will have your group laughing and connecting with one another while they learn and retain skills that dramatically impact their sales, productivity and leadership potential.
Popular Topics Include:
First Impressions and Conversation
Whether you like it or not, people decide how they feel about you in the first two seconds of seeing you, or hearing you, if it's on the phone. If they trust and like you, they will unconsciously tend to see the best in you and look for opportunities to say yes. If they don't trust and like you, the opposite is true.
Communication and Cooperation
Without communication, cooperation is impossible. The most important element of collaboration is the way we unconsciously use spoken, and body, language to motivate, and de-motivate ourselves and others. What sets a productive corporate culture apart is not only its ability to engender trust and respect but the way it uses language openly to share information, gain commitment and get people working together.
What do Warren Buffet, Steve Jobs and Barack Obama have in common? They know facts tell and stories sell. They know that eighty percent of the time people make their decisions based on their emotions - even though they think they're being rational. That's why they use STORYspeak, the oldest and most powerful language in the world, to fix their ideas in the heads and hearts of other people. This proven section shows how to talk less and say more with STORYspeak as you use it to connect and convince at home and at work in less than 90 seconds.
21 Ways to Connect in Business in 90 Seconds or Less
21 Tools To Take Away And Use Immediately
How to Connect and Build Trust in Healthcare
In healthcare as well as life, the failure to build trust and rapport can be insurmountable, while the rewards of a good first impression and positive connection are almost immeasurable.
In How to Connect in Healthcare ...in 90 seconds or less, Nick Boothman uses real world healthcare scenarios to demonstrate the importance of building a trust relationship with those we serve. This engaging and motivational presentation will teach your team how to naturally make a genuine connection with patients, family members, co-workers...everyone they meet.
How to Connect in Healthcare - will teach people how to:
And How to Connect in Healthcare in 90 Seconds or Less will result in...
Your professionalism, charisma, intellect...are why you are considered one of the best in your field. Again, thanks a million. It's an honor to have the opportunity to work with you.
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