The modern workplace is a rapidly evolving communications challenge. Navigating the pressures and sensitivities of the organization are only part of the issue, you also have to efficiently "sell" your ideas and analyses. We offer opportunities in both areas that will allow you to address the inevitable workplace tensions while moving your projects and programs forward. The ability to deal well with colleagues and staff is not only critical to career success at any level it is absolutely essential for anyone whose position involves a leadership component. Thought provoking and painstakingly current, we have the learning you need.
What you need to know to sell your ideas and work within a hierarchy
You have completed your policy analysis, a project plan, a draft contribution agreement or maybe you just need to get agreement on your vacation plan. Now you need to communicate this: maybe you actually need to sell it, a term that public servants hate to use. You will learn how to adjust your message according to your audience, the rudiments of an effective presentation, how to be assertive, and how to take feedback.
Expressing yourself with conviction
You need to communicate assertively and confidently to be successful in the workplace. This two day workshop will improve your ability to communicate with others at all levels of the organization. You will learn how to express your ideas, opinions, and feelings with conviction.
How to manage yourself and influence others
This workshop will improve your ability to manage your emotions and be perceptive of others', by addressing both intrapersonal and interpersonal skills. You will learn how to deal with change and build relationships to help you grow as both a team player and as a leader. This two-day workshop will provide you with practical skills on how to express yourself with clarity, conviction, and confidence.
Strategies for win-win solutions
In this practical and interactive two-day workshop you will learn communication techniques that will help you to negotiate with confidence and manage conflict. Whether you are involved in a conflict situation, intervening between two parties or need to negotiate for yourself, there are specific skills that you can employ to make the process easier, less stressful, and more successful.