A successful executive should eventually learn how to sense the ground and know what works for their environment. To have a strong situational awareness and learn how to use the correct language and influence at the right time to win people over. To be able to adapt to different people using different leadership languages. The session is about winning people over and achieving the best possible outcomes.
– Lots of classroom interaction and participation
– Lots of thinking and communication exercises
– Lots of body language and facial expression exercises
– Lots of video examples for analysis and assessment
– Case studies and hands-on communication exercises
The teaching sessions will be energetic, thought-provoking, and engaging. It will leave your participants thought-provoked and a shift in mindset. The teaching on Facial expression would be something new to most as the trainer breaks down individual expressions and how these expressions have a psychological effect on the listener.
The Case studies will be another highlight of the workshop. We will play various videos, and the participants will study and analyse the speech content and body language. They will then present what they like and don’t like about the way the person presents. Videos will include Celebrities, politicians, and TV personalities, making public statements or how they handle a TV interview. They will analyse the speeches and see how they can learn or improve.
The final exercise will be a hands-on activity where teams choose a topic and take opposing sides. They will communicate with each other trying to influence each other’s opinions.
Unlike a debate, where people argue to win, this exercise is about winning others over and not winning the argument.
Participants will have lots of classroom practice on different responses during difficult situations. Your executives will have a chance to practice the methods and tips that we share in the class. They will improve from their mistakes and the mistakes made by their fellow participants and improve how they handle difficult situations. We will give them opportunities to present, and the trainer will provide helpful suggestions on how they can improve.