NEW ADDITION: Janine Driver to Speak at NASBLA Conference September 9, 2010Posted by Matt Long in Conference Highlights.
NASBLA is pleased to announce that Janine Driver, author of “You Say More Than You Think,” will be giving her presentation How to Use “The New Body Language” to Get What You Want on September 13th at the Annual Conference.
Uncovering the mysteries of body language—how people communicate their thoughts and feelings without saying a word—is a powerful first step toward mastering any business and social situation. All successful people know that the ability to detect and react to the split-second signals that skim across people’s bodies hundreds of times each day is crucial to getting what they want in life. When something they are doing isn’t effective, they have learned how to adjust their actions to maximize the moment.
Janine Driver, President of the Body Language Institute, NBC’s Today Show Body Language Contributor and New York Times Bestselling Author will teach our attendees how to have the control and be able to change the dynamics of any interaction according to their own needs and desires. Janine will discuss what she calls everyone’s secret weapon—confidence borne of intuitive body language—that all successful people share. With our vamped-up confidence and enthusiasm, Janine also states that we will save time, money, resources, and that all-important edge in an often-challenging global environment.
JANINE DRIVER is the founder, president, and lead instructor of the Body Language Institute in Alexandria, VA, an elite certification program that offers award-winning advanced communications training that help executives, sales people, law enforcement and other professionals build executive presence, explode their selling skills, and create and deliver business presentations that win new business. Janine and her team of the world’s most sought after subject matter experts have helped clients become the total leader, which ultimately led them to win billions of dollars in new business contracts.