Influencing Skills for Supervisors
In today’s increasingly complex work environment, managers and supervisors need to influence others. Whether it is “selling” an idea to management or getting a staff member engaged in a task, more often the power to influence is becoming a sought after skill.
Influencing Skills for Supervisors utilizes Paul Tieger’s breakthough books on Personality Type, including The Art of SpeedReading People to teach managers and supervisors specific, proven techniques that allow them to have greater influence with every person with whom they interact.
- Characteristics of an Influential Person
- Understanding Different Personality Types
- Engaging Employees by Understanding How to Gain their Buy-In
- Motivating Employees by Capitalizing on their Strengths
- Winning Support from Others
- Getting Others to Take Action
- Influencing Others to Effectively Problem Solve
- Effectively Communicating Your Point of View
Varies Based on Client Need
Managers and Supervisors
Group Discussions, Case Studies, Lecturettes and Workbook