|Join us for the DAMC’s Aggie Business Luncheon, typically held monthly on the first Wednesday of the month. At each luncheon, we welcome an interesting guest speaker, often times an Aggie. Come hear their story of success and achievement; and bring plenty of business cards for networking.
Nancy Cramer ’84, leadership consultant, presents "Snap out of it: Leaders and Self Control".
Informative, thought-provoking, and fun, Nancy is a unique expert in change management, sales, negotiation and high performance psychology. She has worked with complex multifaceted corporations, small businesses and emerging leaders.
Nancy’s rare insights into the human and relationship factors that determine success in business and life have helped scores of individuals and businesses position themselves for success.
In this session, seasoned and emerging leaders learn the importance of maintaining an empowering state, so they can:
- think more clearly
- make better decisions
- go after bigger, bolder projects.
With seasoned leaders, goals are high, persuading others is mandatory, change is constant, and improvement a must. Smart, driven people see value in being at their personal best continually. Here they learn advanced skills to refine their emotional control.
Emerging leaders are the rookie players. Performance measurements are higher. Persuasion is more refined. Like a star athlete going from college ball to the major leagues, these rookie leaders face competition unlike anything they’ve seen before. In this session, they will hone their inner skills, as well as their interpersonal skills.
- Find the kinds of emotional states that work best
- Learn ways of accessing those states seamlessly
- Get un-stumped
- Respond appropriately
"Be the kind of leader that the people you want, want."
For more information on the DAMC’s monthly Aggie Business Luncheon, please visit our Meetup site above OR contact Tyler Wehner ’05 via email: email@example.com