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March 2014 PDM

March 26, 2014
5:45 PM to 9:00 PM
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Newlands Golf & Country Club
21025 48th Avenue
Langley, BC V3A 3M3
http://www.newlandsgolf.com/
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Explore the impact on your professional development when you apply Dale Carnegie’s principles for building trust and rapport. These nine principles form the basis for establishing respectful and understanding professional relationships.

Trust is the foundation of all successful professional relationships. When you trust your colleagues, you have rapport, you are more productive, and you experience a greater degree of job satisfaction.

Most of you work in settings where your managers have high expectations of you, and where your organizations require that you do more, better, faster, with less. The best way to meet those challenges is by creating strong teams, supportive relationships, and a cooperative work environment. By beginning with establishing trust and rapport, you can develop relationships that will enable you to meet your career goals.

Participants will be able to:

  • Change their approach to gain different results
  • Apply principles for building trust and rapport in relationships
  • Identify opportunities to improve business relationships

This PDM will bring you practical knowledge on the one aspect of your work that can bring the most positive impact. You will be able to network with fellow professionals while learning and enjoying some great food. Do not miss this opportunity, register now!

Our Guest Speaker

Lindsay Benard has a strong background in leadership and sales.  She started many years ago with large corporations like Revlon and quickly worked her way up to Western Sales Manager where she lead a team of 56 sales people across the West. A position she held for close to 10 years.  She was the recipient of the coveted” Million Dollar Club” within that organization as well as numerous other awards.  She has owned, operated and ultimately sold her own business within the fashion industry before coming to Dale Carnegie.

She has been working in the training industry developing and coaching people for over 15 years now.  Her enthusiasm, excitement and ability to draw people in have been a critical key to her success.  Within Dale Carnegie, she has worked at various levels successfully.  She started in sales and rapidly moved into the instruction and delivery of the world renowned Dale Carnegie Courses.  She lead the company as Managing Partner from 2004-2007 as well as continuing to develop the expertise of a corporate trainer.   Believing in expanding one’s comfort zone and continuing education, Lindsay started a new phase of her career as a mortgage broker within the real estate industry while continuing to coach and develop others through Dale Carnegie.  After 5 years of developing a business through Dominion Lending, she returned to her first love, Dale Carnegie as a trainer/performance consultant.  Her specialty is in corporate development, working with in companies and corporations developing their people to higher levels of performance and expertise in their fields.  A strong advocate of Albert Einstein, she also believes “the mind that created the problem, will never find the solution”.  She works diligently with people to find new and better ways to approach issues and challenges.

She holds a Bachelors Degree from University of British Columbia with a major in psychology, in particular Organizational Behaviors, as well as a degree with Sauder Business School through the University of British Columbia.

She is an honoured member in Stanford’s Who’ Who, a member of alumni of University of BC, a member of International Women’s Organization, a member of Canadian Association of Accredited Mortgage Professionals and a member of the Mortgage Brokers Association of BC.

She lives in Maple Ridge with her husband of 20 years, and her various pets.