Persuasion Works

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Influence and the Art of Persuasion

Partnered program offering with The Art of Change LLC

Learn to navigate difficult situations and improve sales in this invigorating and interactive session. Minimize conflict and simplify negotiation as we explore the tools of positivity and persuasion. In our four step process of opening up, blending listening to go deep, and using the seven persuasion signals, participants will be able to strategize a plan for their next salary negotiation, sales call, vendor conflict, or any interpersonal challenge.

Persuasion Works is perfect for anyone in sales, customer relations, management, and more…

  • Enjoy an authentic sales process based on presence, not pressure.
  • Reduce stress and increase work environment positivity.
  • Remove obstacles standing between you and your goals.
  • Gain courage and tools to tackle difficult but necessary conversations.
  • Improve your partnerships in business and at home.
  • Increase your ability to get to “yes” in your sales calls.

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About Aden

Aden Kirschner is an improv teacher, facilitator and the Corporate Training and Events Coordinator for Merlin Works. As a fixture in the Austin improv community, Aden is frequently sought out to play in shows with multiple theater companies in town; including world famous vaudeville revue: Esther's Follies where, as a cast member, she spent the majority of 2011 wearing huge wigs, singing big songs and getting massive laughs. She can currently be seen performing at Austin’s premier venue the ZACH theatre, with Merlin Works faculty troupe, the Known Wizards; or with B. Iden Payne Award winners, Girls Girls Girls Improvised Musical Comedy. Labeled as “The funniest person in Austin,” by improv giant, Tom Booker, Aden joined the Merlin Works faculty in 2009 where as a teacher, Aden seeks to create a fun, safe environment where people can explore and grow new practical skills to help them on stage, in business and in their private life.
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