You may be good at your job, but can you really make things happen? Achieving goals at work requires you to work with others up, down and across the organisational hierarchy to get things done, achieve your career goals and maintain higher levels of work satisfaction.
Persuasion means communicating in ways that alter someone's beliefs, actions, or attitudes. With the command-and-control style of management being largely ineffective with managers and peers, this Workshop focuses on six proven, ethical principles to developing and sustaining practical skills of influence and persuasion – Reciprocity, Scarcity, Authority, Consistency, Liking and Consensus.
Building on foundational attributes of Trust, Reliability, and Communications, this Workshop leverages role-plays and case studies to understand the specific strategies behind each principle of influence and then apply them to relevant scenarios at work.