Influencing Skills Training Course

Course Overview

Do you want to significantly increase the influencing skills you and your team have? This training course will give you the required skills.

Many of us fail to influence because we don’t realise it takes a skill to do so. It is not an inborn talent. While some take to it like fish to water, the majority of us must work hard to learn and develop it. This Influencing Skills training supports Learners to get more of what they need in a positive way.

This training course will help Learners to better influence buyers, NPD teams, and supply chain teams by harnessing interpersonal and communication skills. It will give them tools, techniques, and confidence to better deal with situations where effective persuasion skills are essential. Thus, leading to improvements in individual performance, and winning more negotiations for the business. After all, that multi-million-pound deal is too important to jeopardise by not influencing enough or using the wrong approach.

Influencing Skills Training

Learning Objectives

By the end of this Influencing Skills, the Learner will be able to:

  • Use a variety of tools, including positive self-talk and visualisation, to strengthen self-awareness and inner confidence.
  • Demonstrate body language that is congruent with the message that they wish to send.
  • Read and recognise what might lie behind the body language used by others and use this positively to enhance relationships.
  • Demonstrate a range of NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) techniques, including mirroring and matching, to create and strengthen rapport with others.
  • Demonstrate the skills of an assertive approach to influencing, depending on the situation.
What are influencing skills? Find out more in our Ultimate Guide to Influencing Skills.

Available for Virtual Delivery

Prices Start From £750, find out more:

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“MBM understood our challenges because they are accredited professionals from our industry.”

“The chain of evidence meant I understood the individual ROI from the training.”

“Their learning techniques made it stick for the long term, giving continuing improvements.”

Reasons to Believe in Influencing Skills Training

We believe that people have the right to be the best version of themselves.

For our Influencing Skills Training Course, we use a number of models that over time have proved their worth; one example is the Trust Equation. This model helps you understand the key components to what builds trust, helping you to understand why you have greater trust with some people than others.

Our training will help you understand and identify how you can improve the components of the Trust Equation, thus improving your own trust which is in turn key to being able to influence people effectively.

What Learners Say About Influencing Skills Training

“Influencing with Impact has helped me to understand how my body language and mannerisms communicate subconscious messages to my audience, what I needed to control, and the simple ways to be more influential. I thoroughly enjoyed this course and came out with various approaches to improving my deliverance and influencing impact, which I put into practice immediately.”

Carol Ford

AC Goatham & Son

Hopefully, the Term ‘Sticky Learning ®’ Has Intrigued You

Whilst You Probably Also Guessed a Sense of What It Is About. In short, Sticky Learning ® is our own unique learning method. A method that we have developed to help Learners Realise more of what they have learnt. To help them be able to recall more of what they have learnt. And Retain more of what they have learnt. Furthermore, we continually upgrade this unique training method to include further elements such as habit formation. We feel this has become a big part of helping Learners to use more of what they have learnt for longer.

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