Connecting with People through Behavioral Analysis

Talk is cheap. Everybody does it. The question is, how can you make your words matter and influence the outcome? How can you really connect with others? What if you could tap into your greatest motivations and dramatically improve relationships and accelerate your results?

When you genuinely connect with others – one-on-one, in groups, or with an audience – your sense of direction improves, your ability to create teamwork increases, you experience better relationships, and your ability to influence others expands. Everyone you encounter is motivated differently, communicates differently and views tasks and relationships differently. The behavior profiling will help you to understand what naturally drives you, and achieve greater success when you learn to value your strengths as well as those of others.
You can be effective with people, even if you are not a “people person”.

In the above webinar, Ramish Dewangan shared these principles of connecting.

  • Connecting increases your influence
  • Connecting is all about others
  • Connecting is more skill than natural talent
  • Connectors connect on common ground

About Ramesh Dewangan
Quantum Vision Consulting

Ramesh Dewangan is a certified speaker, coach and trainer, and business consultant with Quantum Vision Consulting. His focus areas are leadership development, personal growth, and public speaking.
He is a seasoned Silicon Valley professional with over 30 years of experience in Marketing, Business Development, Program Management, and Engineering in the high-tech industry.

He is a Distinguished Toastmaster and a past Division Governor of Toastmasters District 101. Ramesh holds an MBA degree from the Walter A. Haas School of Business, University of California, and a Bachelor of Technology degree in Electrical Engineering from NITK, India.

Feedback from the session

  • Thank you, great presentation. Great meeting you all.
  • Thank you Ramesh, this was a great presentation!
  • Thank you! Very helpful
  • Thank you very much, Ramesh. It was a great behavioral approach.
  • Very good presentation, thank you very much, Ramesh.
  • Great Presentation