Webinar – Purposeful Persuasion

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But there is still good news!

Simply send me an email requesting to see the webinar and for a small fee, I will send you a link to download the webinar onto your computer. You can then watch it whenever you want, share it with whoever you want and refer to it often.

The fee is $29.

Email me – barb@barblanglois.com


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About the webinar …

Wouldn’t it be great to know how to persuade a police office to let you off the hook?

Plus . . . learn strategies to positively persuade others?

That’s what my 20-minute FREE Webinar “Purposeful Persuasion” was all about today!

Participants learned
  • 3 persuasion myths
  • what persuasion really is
  • how you can use it (in a positive way)
  • 3 key elements
  • AND
  • 5 super cool strategies for persuading others (yes, I could actually hear the participants saying “This is super cool!”)
Oh and I almost forgot . . . I shared 3 strategies PLUS 2 BONUS strategies (that equals 5 strategies!) you need that will help you get out of a traffic ticket! And yes, they work!!

This webinar will be active until Friday, April 15 at 6:00 PM (PDT)

Please share with others.

Learn, Laugh, Share!

To Your Success,
Barb Langlois RN, BSN, MSN
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  • Our workshop participants found Barb’s approach to teaching at the Centre for Professional Development to be dynamic and engaging.  Barb not only taught effective communication and presentation skills, but also role modelled techniques throughout the day. Participants were excited to be able to apply learning’s directly into their day to day roles

    Leasa Knechtel

    Associate Director at the Centre for Professional Development, Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto.

  • Your plenary session was a real asset and a great contribution to the success of our National IPAC Conference. From beginning to end participants were energized and actively engaged.


    Gwyneth Meyers BSc, MSc, PhD

    Scientific Committee Chair

  • “The workshop was wonderful!! Barb walked the talk by continuously demonstrating the tips and skills she was teaching! It was amazing to see it all come together. I would recommend the workshop to anyone who has to present.”

    Bev Waite, Education Lead-Nursing,

    Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

  • I told one of the nurse educators that it was the best 3 hours I have spent in a training session as the content was clear, relevant, exactly enough to be able to incorporate into presentations, and you demonstrated each point which was great. It was watching an expert at work.

    Aideen Carroll, Advanced Practice Nurse Educator

    Toronto General Hospital

  • Your workshop was also a big hit. It was interesting to hear people talk about it as not good, but great.

    Debbie Ross

    CMP Manager of Governance and Events CNA

  • After working with Barb, our team returned to work energized, enthused and inspired to utilize tools that increase our communication, clarity and relationship with not only each other, but also with the residents and families that we serve. I would highly recommend Barb if you want to bring out the best in your team.

    Dale Clements, Administrator

    Columbus Residence

  • Barb Langlois led a wonderful one day workshop for 45 Clinical Nurse Educators in Saskatoon Health Region. She worked with us in advance to really understand our learning needs, Six months later, I see CNEs using Barb’s techniques to engage learners and I use them myself in my own presentations. I strongly recommend Barb – she is a very skilled facilitator who connects with learners in a very meaningful and effective way.

    Margot Hawke RN, BSN, MCEd, Nursing Professional Practice Lead

    Saskatoon Health Region


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