Enhancing Personal Effectiveness
One day course
The course will introduce the participants to a range of tools and techniques for being more effective in their day to day work, as well as helping them to enhance relationships both internally and externally. It will provide each participant with everything they need in order to develop strategies for managing themselves, their time, and their ability to enhance the level of impact and influence they have as individuals.
By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
Identify their own personal development areas through the use of PRISM
Understand the behavioural traits of others in order to enhance relationships
Define the difference between urgent and important tasks and develop strategies for effective time management
Recognise how behaviours impact on individual ‘Personal Brand & Influence’
Recognise key elements of effective communication that will help them to listen and question in order to make better decisions
Identify personal traits that help and hinder performance and time management
PRISM behavioural profiling session
Listening and questioning skills
Personal brand and communication
Making better decisions
Influencing and assertiveness
What to expect?
We only pick the best venues for your development, our flagship venue, CitizenM, provides the most ideal space for learning; tea’s, coffee’s and refreshments are on tap and lunch is provided.
We aim to have no more than eight participants on our management training open courses, allowing us to work through live scenarios with each individual making the experience as personal and tailored as we possible can.
We’re well aware how challenging it can be to implement new skills and techniques, so we offer ongoing (telephone and email) post course support by the trainer to anybody that attends one of our courses.
Ready to take your learning to the next level?
For more information, or to book this course, please contact us. We are happy to discuss the various options and even tailor something to your specific learning requirements.