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Ever notice there are some people that are just ridiculously interesting? Whether on screen or in person, they’re just … twinkly. Magnetic. They make you want to hang on their every word and buy the floaty maxi they’re wearing, even though you already own eight of them. They appear to effortlessly command attention, and you remember everything they say long after meeting them or watching their Insta Stories. They’re magical people who close deals, influence their surroundings and ooze credibility – knowing exactly what to say, how to say it and when to say it.
The ability to be persuasive is a lifelong habit – and the great news is, it’s something that can be learnt. With the right communication habits and tools, you too can supercharge your powers of persuasion, regardless of personality type (we’re looking at you, introverts).
In this Masterclass Online, you’ll learn:
- How to become a more influential leader as a habit
- The frameworks that can be used to turn regular ideas of yours into ideas that stick
- Techniques for finding your authentic voice as a communicator
This masterclass (free for our Premium members!) is brought to you by Sumo Ninja Monkey founder Michael Kordahi and our friends at Microsoft, who believe that your virtual presence is just as important as your physical one – especially now there’s more demand than ever for people with digital skills. (Check out Microsoft’s free online courses to help people upskill here.)
So, whether you’re presenting to the board IRL or promoting something on Insta, you’ll leave this masterclass with the weaponry you need to influence – and feel confident and unflappable while doing it.
About Michael Kordahi
Michael adults by coaching and training leaders in companies to help them become better speakers, storytellers and influencers. He thrives by finding the most creative, fun and easiest way to be impactful with words and then teaching others about it. His company is Sumo Ninja Monkey
and he also works for a long list of very impressive, big companies. Also, he’s a proud engineering nerd and former Microsoft executive who can occasionally be found referring to himself in the third person and making words up to suit his bio.