Personal Leadership and Human Resource Management
Winning with Influencing and Assertiveness Skills
Length
6 days over 3 weeks (Tuesday & Saturday)
Start Date
August 24
Fee
N191,250
Location
Online

Increased intercultural interaction and diversity – a consequence of globalisation and the attendant virtual nature of today’s work across national and cultural boundaries – is drawing attention to the intercultural dimensions of interpersonal and cross-organisational communication.

Over time, the workplace has witnessed a multiplicity of generations. Managing and relating across these various generations of the workforce have become a challenge. More so, in the current VUCA economy we operate, the need to acquire the right people influencing skills has become heightened.

This programme aims to produce managers who can deploy communication competence in a range of situations requiring the management of intrapersonal, interpersonal and intercultural relationships.

 

Key Learning Outcomes

After the programme, Participants will be able to:

  • Build and maintain self-esteem
  • Understand the ‘How’ and ‘Why’ of effective communication
  • Acquire people influencing skills
  • Learn how to be assertive at work 
  • Establish personal rights, privileges, self-role and responsibility
  • Focus on the importance of social and cultural intelligence

 

Programme Curriculum

  • Understanding assertiveness
  • Thought process and behaviour
  • Managing feedback
  • Personal power: building and managing self-esteem
  • Assertiveness tools and techniques
  • Interpersonal recognition and respect
  • Managing personal power

Target Audience

The programme is designed to benefit:

  • Business owners
  • Experienced managers and seasoned professionals who want to build their strengths, resolve conflicts smoothly and exercise greater influence on others
  • Employees preparing  for managerial or leadership roles
  • People who  find it difficult to present their point of view and consider themselves victims of corporate or peer bullying
  • Organisations with high incidence of medium to high level of aggressive behavior among employees and who seek to promote a more assertive environment

 

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