Persuasion. Without Words.Influencing Others At Work
Getting anything done in the business world — whether convincing someone to hire you, sign your report, or buy into your proposal — requires the ability to influence others. In this course, you will focus on the three key sources of power that can equip you with the skills to influence others regardless of your role at work.
Completion of this course and the Collaboration and Client Service Course will earn you the Influence and Collaboration Leadership Certificate. It really IS all about relationships.
2 CPD Hours
- Fundamentals of Influence
- 3 Key Sources of Influence in the Workplace
- Seek Out and Find Opportunities to Influence Others
- The Warmth/Competence Dynamic
- Building Connection with Colleagues
- Building Trust at the Workplace
- Building Credibility
- Influencing for Success
Who Should Take this Course?
- Human Resources Professionals
- Talent Management Professionals
- Training and Development Professionals
- Organizational Development Professionals
February 9 – 2022
July 5 – 2022
November 29 – 2022
$575 + tax
Our clients say...
“Provided an innovative and fresh look to the field of Talent Management. The course was well run and had a balance that involved all learning styles. Learned about a lot of practices that will help with my current work environment also with my growth as a professional.”
T.J., (Professional Services)
“This has been a very insightful, comprehensive, and engaging program. I thoroughly enjoyed all of the facilitator’s rich and diverse expertise to help make the material and content fresh, relevant, and impactful.”
A.E., Lethbridge, Alberta (Financial Services)
“This is one personal investment that I will never forget. The content was rich and very impactful. The delivery was sharp, well articulated and professional. The tutor is very knowledgeable and well able to connect and pass the information and knowledge across. This course motivated me more to pursue my passion in the HR world more than ever and it has also equipped me to add value to my organization. The trip to Toronto was well worth it.”