Connective influence is not transactional; it is transformational. It empowers you to collaborate with others to achieve mutual outcomes, build consensus, and create trust. Whether coaching others, developing and growing a client base, fostering support for change, negotiating, or simply working more effectively with peers and supervisors, influencing others is an essential workplace competency. Please join Dr. Jay Pugh, Vice President of the Center for Leadership & Development at New Horizons on how to meaningfully collaborate and influence others to build better relationships. He is an award winning facilitator with 15 years of teaching and training experience. Jay advises, consults, and coaches business teams to be more effective leaders in their organizational roles in a highly engaging approach.