Tue, 14 June 2022

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm BST


Working with Influence – Nine Principles of Persuasion to Accelerate Your Career

Amanda Nimon-Peters

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Packed with practical guidance and psychological research, don’t miss this guide to honing your professional communication and influencing skills in the digital age.

With the hugely competitive and unpredictable nature of the job market and the unstable economy, it is more important than ever to improve your communication skills and broader qualitative skillset to ensure a prosperous career in the 21st century.

In a world where human interactions and behaviour are more pivotal than ever to business success, behavioural scientist Dr Amanda Nimon-Peters joins us to set out nine easy-to-apply principles, for influencing people and outcomes in both physical and digital working scenarios. She will provide ambitious professionals with a set of actionable principles which will help them kick-start, accelerate or transform their careers.

Technology has redefined almost every job and is becoming the primary medium through which we interact with colleagues and clients – this talk will provide crucial insights into how you can influence others and stand out in this new digital landscape.



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Amanda Nimon-Peters

Behavioural Scientist, Hult International Business School

Dr. Amanda Nimon-Peters is Academic President, Professor and Research Fellow at Hult International Business School. She is a global expert on how behavioural science can develop measurable leadership capabilities in early to mid-career professionals. She has provided consultancy services for major multi-nationals such as Cisco, LG and Vela Marine. She previously spent ten years as a head of Sales Marketing Research at Procter & Gamble, before launching a start-up consultancy which gained major clients such as HSBC, Emirates NBD Bank and Dubai Petroleum.