Whether members of your organisation need to stand up and give presentations to customers, colleagues, people they report to, or people who report to them; or whether their active participation in meetings to gain on their knowledge/experience needs to be encouraged and improved; investing in communication soft skills is an investment that should not be overlooked. The benefits will be experienced by, and from, all levels of the organisation's hierarchy when their confidence, skills, and willingness to speak up and share their knowledge, skill sets, and experiences, is encouraged and fine-tuned.
Suitable for groups of up to 8-10 people from your organisation. Can incorporate people from different departments or levels of the hierarchy in the same sessions, or split out to address specific requirements of each. This package is simply multiplied by the number of sessions required to satisfy your candidates in groups of up to 8-10 people in each.
This package starts with a full day of learning and interactive practice, followed by a half-day follow-up (typically 1-2 months later, but at your discretion) to act as a refresher, analysis of experiences since the full day, and more detailed/relevant practice.
Examples of attendees have included Sales teams, staff who provide training, Management teams, Directors/CEO's etc., Graduates, Apprentices, and
There is also a half-day training session that is commonly added as a follow-on for further training and development, which focuses on the skills and importance of having a presence in and improving skills of communicating effectively in meetings.
Meetings can be held prior to the training to include bespoke elements/messages if require
To request a free face-to-face or video conference consultation to discuss in more detail, please complete the enquiry form below, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 01793 238259
**Please inform us if you require the CPD Credits from your time spent on our coaching to ensure that we can prepare the certificates appropriately**
At your premises, or a neutral venue