Influence and Persuasion (Online- AEST)
Virtual Training Program
Influence and persuasion are crucial business skills in today’s work climate. Regardless of your role within the organisation, if you’re attempting to force others to listen through coercive power, you’ll struggle!
This virtual workshop presented by Aptitude Management is the perfect training for attendees in need of a professional edge.
Course Outcomes for Influence and Persuasion
- Begin to understand and master the vital elements of persuasive and influential communication.
- Develop your unique influencing and persuading style.
- Better communicate your team strategy and vision.
Furthermore in this Training
- Use various communication styles in those tough situations where your ability to influence is paramount.
- Discover strategies to better connect emotionally with others (the centerpiece of persuasion).
- Walk away excited about your newly discovered ability.
- What is influencing
- Effective influencing behaviours
- Different influencing styles
- Trust, rapport and first impressions
- Your influencing style
- Power and influence
- Influencing in groups
Virtual Training Framework
All Aptitude courses are conducted through our Program Framework consisting of:
- Booking consultation
- Trainer led skills gap analysis
- Tailored participant training plan
- Post workshop coaching
In this course, quickly develop your understanding of persuasive communication and immediately put it to good use. Workbooks, assessment forms and future planning tools included.
“I attended the session this Tuesday with Steven and personally really enjoyed it. There was a good variety of exercises, which were all fun with clear objectives. And the course content overall were very insightful and practical. Steven was also a very captivating presenter. I also got great feedback from the other attendees.”
-Manager, Strategy & Delivery, NSW Department of Customer Service
“Our Instructor was obviously very knowledgeable and passionate about the coursework. I liked that the exercises we had to do were mostly practical and applicable to everyday work situations. I’ve learned new skills and methods of communicating I didn’t know before.”