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Art of Influence
Training  

Sell Your Ideas. Get Support. Persuade People.

What makes you stand out in the workplace isn't just having great ideas; it's knowing how to influence people, perhaps even more so. Your communication skills enable others to recognize your potential. However, to succeed amidst conflicting ideas or agendas, you need specific communication skills.

 

The art of influence blends various techniques and behaviors: A skilled storyteller can easily sell their dreams or concerns to others. Moreover, individuals who build long-term relationships with stakeholders are in a more advantageous position when they need support from their network. Basic knowledge of neuro-linguistic programming helps you save time when persuading others and guides you on what to do and what not to do. You'll also learn ways to defend your position from innate or professionally adept negotiators. This program offers you an effective blend of different techniques to excel in the art of influence.

Program Outline
  • Storytelling techniques

  • How to convince people

  • Building sustainable relationships

  • Solution-focused approach

  • Neuro-linguistic programming tips

  • Negotiation skills

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Program Structure and Innovative Techniques

Like all Enthusiast trainings, this program aims to create awareness and includes practical elements for behavior change. Comprising 70% exercises and role-playing, it ensures ample practice for all participants in desired behaviors and useful techniques. While briefly touching on all aspects of effective communication, this program provides exercises specifically for the most crucial skills. It can be tailored to enrich or streamline according to the needs of both the organization and the participants.

Participant Profile

The program is suitable for all employees and managerial segments who require influence skills at basic and intermediate levels. Its content is adjusted based on the experience level of the participant group.

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