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      EFFECTIVE AND INFLUENTIAL CONVERSATIONS

      Price: £325 per person
      Length: 3 hours

      Every conversation we have in business is an opportunity. An opportunity to influence, build relationships, tackle tricky subjects, get creative or simply to report progress. And much more besides.

      No wonder then, that it can sometimes be a challenge. And with ever more pressure on time and multiple ways we communicate these days – in person, over the phone, on Zoom, etc – even planning for a conversation can be tricky, frustrating and time-consuming.

      And this can delay or derail major projects.

      Yet even the best rehearsed conversations sometimes don’t always go as planned. Our planning may miss the mark. We may even decide to avoid the conversation altogether.

      This workshop minimises those risks and maximises your outcomes from your meetings, calls and conversations in the workplace and beyond. It’ll help you make your interactions with colleagues, clients and suppliers more meaningful and equip you to influence others ethically.

      What you’ll take away:
      Insights into personality types and behaviours
      Communication skills and techniques for working with different stakeholders
      An understanding of the psychology that determines how we interpret information
      An overview of the mechanics of influence
      The core skills for effective and influential conversations

      Workshop agenda:
      Review of workshop pre-task – communication styles / personality self-assessment
      Exploration of the psychology around how we interpret information
      Adapting your approach and style ie, when to increase or decrease tension
      Core skills and techniques for achieving a great outcome (including practical activity)
      The mechanics of influence (including practical activity)

      Next dates:
      27th September, 3-7pm.

      Trainer:
      Neil Kirkwood, Trainer and ICF certified coach.