Whether you’re meeting with the CEO to gain buy in for a new idea or you’re closing a big new client, the way you do it in the COVID-19 world is materially different --- now and very possibly, forever. The rise of virtual work and the decline of in-person meetings and events has rapidly and unexpectedly changed. Professionals in nearly every role must influence and collaborate with others in socially distanced ways, and in most cases, ways that are now 100% virtual. This has a profound impact to interpersonal skills, communication savvy, and the “human factor’ unlike anything we have seen before. Whether it’s a client, your boss or an employee, how you engage, motivate and influence others must adapt or you’ll get left behind.
In this insightful presentation, Alex Draper, CEO and founder of DX Learning, will introduce you to his CARE model and unlock new secrets in improving the way you influence others and drive positive change with those you collaborate with.
Presented by Alex Draper, CEO and Founder, DX Learning
Alex started life as a schoolteacher in the UK. In 2002 he moved into adult education joining a global management development organization. In 2005 he moved to Chicago to build and lead their Americas operation. There he spent 10 years leading and growing the business while consulting with many of the Fortune 500.
In 2015 Alex founded DX Learning. DX is a partner in progressive leadership and cultural development that taps into the powerful combination of behavioral psychology and experiential learning, to expose and eliminate bad leadership and prepare leaders to put people first. The workforce is changing before our eyes, and our organizations and leaders within, need to change with it or be left out.
He is now a leading force in disrupting the leadership development industry with science-based methodologies that drive leadership self-awareness and psychological safety that solve organizational challenges.
Alex has helped develop and unlock the leadership potential in over 14,000 people with DX’s leadership programs all over the world.
Alex practices what he teaches with an ever-growing global team, as well as at home with two children under 3, and people he mentors and coaches.