This full day workshop will equip you with the information and know-how to influence and persuade others.
The reality of most organisations is that people have to work with people they have no authority over; this means that influence & persuasions skills are essential for people of all levels of an organisation.
This course is for any managers, team leaders and other people who wish to further build their communication skills and who need to influence and persuade others in an effective, and ethical, way.
"Carolyn was a fantastic presenter. The quadrant of personalities was fascinating".
"I like the professional and informative manner in which the course was delivered in - great to have no roleplays!!"
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