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ASPE: The Art and Science of Influence

  • Tuesday, October 18, 2016
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Nova Southeastern University 4850 Millenia Blvd, Orlando, FL 32839 Room: 232
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Influencers are executors not manipulators!

In order for teams to accomplish getting work done, human interaction must take place; and human interaction often leads to conflict. Conflict can lead to difficult situations.  This session focuses on how to handle both effectively.

Join us as Amanda Alderman, COO of ASPE Training, helps us understand the science and psychology of influencing as well as

the artful nuances required to be an effective agent of change within your organization.

No matter where you are in your professional journey or what role you fill, this session will apply to you!

  • Seasoned professionals looking to take their careers to the next level
  • Those driving value outside of an organization and innovating on their own
  • Business analysts, project/program managers, business architects, business relationship managers, engagement mangers, agile practitioners, entrepreneurs

In this session you will learn:

  • What is Influence?
  • The difference between manipulation and influence
  • The psychology of organizational behavior
  • Location options for Influencers
  • Non-verbal verses verbal in influence
  • Professionals skills required
  • Critical skills of the Influencer

This Month's Presenter

Amanda Alderman

COO, ASPE Training

Amanda Alderman is the chief operating officer at ASPE Training. In this role she leads the company and facilitates communication, collaboration and analytical thinking across multiple departments while taking responsibility for the organization’s fiscal growth. Her proven abilities in problem solving and adapting quickly stem from her experience as a sales professional, sales engineer, product manager and product marketing manager for the project management, business skills and business analysis curricula at Global Knowledge. She lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, and graduated from Meredith College.

A big thanks to this month's Sponsor:


Nova Southeastern University

4850 Millenia Blvd, Orlando, FL 32839

Room: 232

Contact us: board@orlando.iiba.org

P.O. Box 4616, Orlando, FL 32802-4616

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