Discover ways to improve your team culture, your community engagements, and your business revenue by leading with authenticity and empathy.
About this Event
Who says nice people finish last? In today’s climate, smart leaders are seeking ways to keep their prospects engaged, keep their clients happy, keep their revenue increasing, and keep their culture thriving.
The greatest way leaders can achieve the above is by being nice. In the ROI of Nice, Dave Delaney shares stories, tools, and techniques that will transform your leadership skills during this unpredictable time. Be successful. Be human. Be nice.
- Tools to keep your teams, clients, and prospects actively engaged with you
- How to lead with empathy and compassion in your communications
- Proven leadership techniques to build and maintain a thriving culture
About the Speaker: Dave Delaney
Dave Delaney is an author, corporate trainer, and keynote speaker known as a communication connoisseur. He is the creator of the NICE Method and helps fast-growing companies reach their people through comprehensive communication workshops and presentations. Delaney works with brands like Google, FedEx, LinkedIn, and UPS.
Delaney is an American Marketing Association award winner in Nashville. He has appeared in USA Today, Entrepreneur, Inc, Fortune, and Billboard Magazine.
His acclaimed book, New Business Networking, explores online and offline tools, tips, and techniques to grow and nurture your professional network for your business and career by communicating – the nice way.
Dave was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He took a trip to Ireland and ended up living with Irish twins in Nashville, Tennessee. It’s a long story, he will happily share.
$5 for IABC Members and $15 for non-members. Events are free for current students.
In an effort to continue to provide quality, engaging virtual professional development programming each month, our member rate for monthly events is increasing to $5. This will grant you exclusive access to the recorded presentation after the event. We recognize the last year has been trying for many of our members and friends, and this increase may be unattainable for some. If you feel this cost will prevent you from participating in our professional development events, please contact us. We appreciate your commitment to our chapter during the last year as we transitioned to a virtual environment and we look forward to returning to in-person events as soon as we are able.