Be A Chameleon
How to Flex Your Style in the Hybrid World
How you communicate with others determines the effectiveness of your life. Everyone is different and has their own story to tell. Mutually productive relationships develop when we understand others’ needs, adapt to, and let them shine by first knowing themselves then balancing talking and listening; facts and storytelling; empathy and assertiveness.
- Know your Social Style and find your own authentic persona
- Understand the value of doing something for others
- Use that approach to adapt your language with prospects and colleagues
- Understand what people need in a hybrid working model, and getting out of your own way when it comes to making assumptions and judging a book by its cover
HOW WE DO IT
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Key EI Skills of Star PerformersKey EI Skills of Star Performers
Here you get the fundamental underlying skills and behaviours of those who are great at building business relationships. Then we look at the key emotional intelligence competencies you can develop to be more effective in your business environment.
Be Appropriately MemorableBe Appropriately Memorable
Do you pass the morning after business card test? This is how you leave the right impression by creating the all-important emotional connection, making an impact and having the required degree of gravitas and authority, whilst effortlessly exuding personal presence and charm. This highly interactive and entertaining session makes you more impactful, immediately.
Follow Up, Keep Your PromisesFollow Up, Keep Your Promises
Delivering on your promises is a very attractive quality: end conversations with an action, take control when you need to and call when you say you will. This is how to get yourself ahead in your relationships: by doing exactly what it says on the tin. The best relationship builders do what they’re supposed to, when they’re supposed to: they have exemplary modern manners.