Very little is objective over the course of a normal business day. As a result, more is needed if you wish to persuade others of your own ideas and concepts. The crucial difference can often be found in an amiable and engaging manner or a strong sense of self-confidence. A positive image can be cultivated, especially if you receive well-founded and honest feedback, supplemented by sound practical knowledge. We offer you support on your way to becoming a convincing leader.
Successful managers understand how they are perceived by others and make use of this in legitimate ways: exhibiting a friendly and likable manner while interacting respectfully and decisively with colleagues, business partners, suppliers and customers. The ability to exude a positive demeanor is not innate. Every single manager can develop this ability by applying knowledge and the appropriate techniques; it is possible to reduce, even eliminate any existing weaknesses with the right helpful tips and advice.
Our seminar on personal conduct, presence and appearance will encourage you to reflect on your own ingrained behaviors and change them to make you a persuasive leader, even in challenging situations. For only those who recognize how signals are sent to others consciously or unconsciously and know how these are perceived and interpreted are in a position to control their own conduct and appearance through targeted behaviors and techniques.
The training is highly interactive and very dependent on the feedback of the lecturers and other participants. For this reason the number of spaces is limited. This seminar is intended for:
Managers and practitioners who view skillful conduct as an important key to successful leadership and careers and who wish to reduce a discrepancy between their technical knowledge and the effect they have on others;
Managers who wish to find out how they come across for others so that they can better accentuate their own personality;
All those who wish to come across better in the future and substantially improve the effect they have on others;
Employees in all corporate areas who strive for leadership positions, or who represent their companies within or without.