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Creating a Trusted Voice for Sales Success

4/24/2024 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. SGT
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Overview

Who Should Watch

This webinar will be valuable to business leaders, executives and advisors operating in any line of business, particularly those who regularly interact with clients or team members where building a trustworthy connection is critical to future success.

This session will be presented in English.

This event will take place at the following time:

8:30 – 9:30 a.m. (India)
9:30 – 10:30 a.m. (Myanmar)
10:00 - 11:00 a.m. (Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos)
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (Hong Kong, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan)
12:00 – 1:00 p.m. (Japan, Korea)

Highlights

As an insurance professional, vocal communication is critical in building trust and establishing credibility with potential clients. Unfortunately, for most people their voice is their least developed tool.  Join this interactive and practical session with Trustworthy Selling expert Joey Davenport and professional Voice Coach Cynthia Zhai as they help you discover your confident, credible and convincing voice so as to make your voice work for you.  Attendees will leave with an improved sense of not only what to say but how to say it, in order build rapport, establish trust and inspire prospects to take action.   

Presenters

Cynthia Zhai
Professional Speaker (CSP), TEDx Speaker, Best-Selling Author, & Voice Coach, Full Voice Consulting

Cynthia Zhai

Professional Speaker (CSP), TEDx Speaker, Best-Selling Author, & Voice Coach, Full Voice Consulting

Cynthia Zhai connects on a deeper level with audiences of various backgrounds and cultures, and influences them into taking action. As a professional speaker, she has spoken in 23 countries across 5 continents for the past 21 years, to more than 20,000 audience members across industries, from the world’s top MNCs such as Liberty Insurance, AIA, Google Asia Pacific, HSBC Singapore, Procter & Gamble, to Government bodies as Immigration Checkpoints Authority, British High Commission Singapore, Singapore Air Force, etc. As a voice coach, she has helped business professionals and professional speakers from 52 countries across 6 continents with their voice to speak with impact and conviction. She was personally trained by actress and former New York’s No. 1 Radio Personality Valerie Smaldone and has appeared on Singapore Radio Program 938Live 4 times, Hong Kong Radio 3, and Malaysia Business Radio Station BFM as a guest speaker on the subject of Voice. Cynthia was also formally trained in singing and acts as a judge for many of Singapore’s community singing competitions.

Joey Davenport
President, Hoopis Performance Network

Joey Davenport

President, Hoopis Performance Network

Joey is President of the Hoopis Performance Network in Chicago. He has over twenty years of experience in financial services as a top producer, manager, entrepreneur and international speaker. Joey’s organization is recognized by Inc. 5000 as one of the fastest growing privately held businesses in the United States.  HPN’s web-based training programs have received top recognition including multiple Digital Media Innovators Awards and the ROI Institute’s Top 10 Case Studies of the Year. Joey is co-author of the #1 bestselling book, The Power of Coaching: Engaging Excellence in Others. He is the executive producer of the HPN University and Trustworthy Selling. The University has over 50,000 members and is considered the #1 online content library in financial services. Trustworthy Selling was developed in collaboration with LIMRA International and has over 15,000 graduates. Joey is also Past President of NAIFA Chicago and a graduate of NAIFA’s Leadership in Life Institute. He received the NAIFA Illinois Young Advisors Team Leader of the Year award and the national Award for Association Excellence from the NAIFA Federation.

Contact us to learn more:

Mr. Jinhai Guo

International Conference Coordinator

LIMRA and LOMA

GUOJ@loma.org

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