Developing skills of influence, assertion and confidence.
When you manage or work alongside other people, you are invariably judged on any number of factors other than your technical abilities or competence. In a business environment, for example, your formal authority or job title may well influence how people perceive you and treat you. More important, however, is your own personal effectiveness, which affects your credibility and reputation. Personal effectiveness enables you to successfully influence people by giving you the confidence, clarity of purpose and the communication skills to fully express yourself.
Personal Effectiveness and Power equips participants with a repertoire of skills to help identify and develop their personal style. By exploring the influencing process and developing flexible influencing styles and communication strategies, participants emerge ready to harness their personal power in the workplace as leaders and developers of others.
Why should you attend this programme?
- Develop and practice the range of skills needed to influence others without authority
- Gain an increased confidence and ability to deal with challenging situations and relationships
- Demonstrate greater ability to gain buy-in from others and create the impact you want through increased personal presence
- Maintain assertiveness and develop clear personal objectives and goals
The benefits from this programme can be seen in managers increased understanding of themselves and their impact on others. This leads to more influential and visible behaviours, and more effective relationships which in turn create better performing teams and hence better performing organisations.
This was quite simply a brilliant course. If you are looking to be more powerful in your organisation, grow your confidence, manage conflict better and develop greater self-awareness, this is the course for you.
Zita Adamson, Office for Fair Access
Duration and fees
£3,100 + VAT
inclusive of all tuition fees, materials, meals and accommodation
MPhil (Econ), BSc, FCIPD