The first step to building credibility is to demonstrate your expertise and knowledge of the topic you are presenting. This means preparing well, reviewing the content, and staying updated on the latest trends and developments in your field. It also means acknowledging your limitations, admitting when you don’t know something, and referring to credible sources when needed. By showing your competence and confidence in your subject matter, you will earn the respect and attention of your audience.
Credibility is critical as a consultant – but it is given, not claimed. Are you younger than most of your competition? Credibility overcomes that. Are you older (and perhaps viewed as too old?) Credibility overcomes that. How much credibility do you have?
Join us for a one-hour fast-paced session with Bob Pike and Trish Uhl, as they show you the 7 best ways to build credibility today!
Bob Pike, CPLP Fellow, CSP, CPAE Speakers Hall of Fame, is known globally as the “trainer’s trainer.” He has written more than 30 books and created a dozen video systems on designing and delivering training. His Master Trainer’s Handbook is the bestselling train-the-trainer book ever published, with more than 333,000 copies in print in four editions. He has designed more than 600 training programs of one day or longer since 1969. He has presented at every ATD International Conference & Exposition since 1977 and is a regular keynoter at global training and performance conferences. He has worked in more than 25 countries during his career and his works have been translated into Korean, Chinese, Japanese, and Spanish.
Trish Uhl is a globally recognized expert providing performance training and coaching to customer-focused, results-driven, achievement-oriented L&D professionals. She is the author of “Mastering the CPLP: How to Successfully Prepare for – and PASS! – the CPLP Knowledge Exam” and a contributing author to multiple business books on the topics of technology and teams.