Understand Influence and Types

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"The last thing we discover about ourselves is our effect."
William Boyd

This module provides powerful and effective techniques to overcome the challenge of authentically adapting your communication style to persuade and influence different personality types. Discover the tangible changes in behaviours and language required to appeal to other types and recognise how you can instantly apply the techniques to strengthen business relationships and get more from every interaction.

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  • Half-day
  • 1-50
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Participants will be able to:

  • Understand the 4 main communication styles – and why people respond the way that they do
  • Identify your own style – and explore which of the other styles you find most challenging to communicate with
  • Flex your personal style authentically and quickly so you can instantly and effectively engage with other communication styles
  • Adapt your behaviours to influence other types in a variety of situations
  • Be sensitive to others and adapt your communicative style to engage them
  • Successfully influence a wide range of personality types
  • Understand why people respond the way they do
  • Build consistently successful business relationships
  • Show respect for the views and actions of others

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- John Dawber, Corporate Vice President, Novo Nordisk


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