Experts in Change Adoption and Training
Duration Half a day – 1 day
The ability to influence and persuade others has power that should not be underestimated.
It can help with making sales, motivating teams and encouraging decision-making.
This course, delivered by Glass Rock Solutions, is a program designed primarily for professionals who wish to become even more influential when communicating formally and informally.
It incorporates practical tools and strategies to tailor the structure, content and delivery of conversations and presentations in the most persuasive manner for any audience, environment and presentation objective, enabling participants to achieve exceptional performance when influencing, to maximise the individual’s strengths and personality.
Using a combination of proven neurolinguistic and neuroscience methodologies, it is once again a fun, dynamic workshop that will leave the audience with a powerful addition to their toolkit.
Glass Rock’s ‘Influence and Persuasion’ training is for anyone whose role requires them to be able to influence and persuade stakeholders and customers alike. Glass Rock is able to customise this training for your group of attendees.
By the end of this program, participants will:
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