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Committing to Understanding Other People

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Kellie Alston

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At the root of being an entrepreneur is the need to build relationships, to make connections with those you are called to serve, and to communicate your brand message, effectively. To experience any success, longevity, or fulfillment in business, it is critical that you commit to understanding other people.

On November 13th, Beverly Flaxington will join us to discuss her best-selling, Gold Award winning book--Understanding Other People: The Five Secrets to Human Behavior. She will "school" us on how to "understand what's happening in communication in our relationships with others", so that we know "what to do and how to gain the communication advantage."

 

Beverly is a popular national speaker, a business building expert, an accomplished business consultant, an executive coach, a trainer, a facilitator, a behavioral expert, a college professor and a two-time bestselling and Gold-award winning author. As an entrepreneur, she has run her own consulting firm for 17 years, The Collaborative.

 

Beverly holds both a BSBA and an MBA from Suffolk University and is currently a Lecturer there teaching Leadership and Social Responsibility, a class created around her S.H.I.F.T. Model ™.   

Beverly is a Certified Hypnotherapist and Hypnosis Trainer, a Professional Behavioral Analyst (CPBA) and Certified Professional Values Analyst (CPVA). She uses the DISC and PIAV tools frequently in her work with individuals and organizations.

Bev is often interviewed and has appeared in: USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, Readers Digest, Selling Power Magazine, SheKnows.com with Michele Borboa; Opposing Views.com with Mike McNulty and FoxNews.com.Learn more about her outstanding career, products, and services at http://www.understandingotherpeople.com/.

 

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