Increase your influence and persuasiveness
Do you find it difficult to convince others when you have a good idea, nice solution or clear opinion? In Persuasive Power you learn how you can include your conversation partner in your vision – in a way that suits you – and you learn to bend resistance to understanding and positivity. Gain insight into your communication style and discover the needs of your conversation partner to achieve a joint result faster. In this way, talking to customers or colleagues becomes even more fun and effective.
What can you do after this Influence Training?
- You have insight into your communication style and how you can connect it to your conversation partner
- You practiced together with an actor to take control and to steer a conversation positively
- You know how to communicate difficult messages in a pleasant and professional way
- You feel stronger and have more confidence in conversations
What can you expect from this training?
In the morning you learn the theory behind Persuasive Power. In the afternoon you practice this toolkit of conversation techniques together with a professional training actor by applying it to specific situations in your work practice. Practice makes perfect, learning by doing.
from the Roos van Leary you practice with the four basic styles of behavior. You learn that certain behavior evokes different behavior, and what behavior this is, so that you can anticipate this early in conversations.
Your common ground is the playing field where the possibilities are located. The theory of S. Covey helps you with this; first understand before you are understood. You learn to “bridge” (bridge) so that you reach your interfaces faster and act in a common interest.
You gain insight into your influencing style push or pull and you practice steering and persuasion. “Chunken” helps you to strengthen the power of pull.
Meet your trainer
As the daughter of a transport company, Rachèl was brought up with a no-nonsense mentality and always got the drive out of yourself. After studying Business Administration, she first worked in the family business and then in various management positions. She has now been providing training in leadership, communication, management and organization development for more than 10 years. And she is a certified MDI behavior and motivation consultant.
<strong>What do you like best about your work?</strong>
Individuals, teams and organizations help turn their ambition into real action, so that they can excel in what they really want.
<strong>What could be the title of your autobiography?</strong>
You can either be an actor in your own life, or a reactor in somebody else's: the choice is up to you (based on a quote by Hillary Rodham Clinton).
<strong>What is your greatest talent as a trainer?</strong>
Bringing people in contact with their own potential, strength and leadership qualities in an energetic, proactive and decisive way.
<strong>Can you tell us something surprising about yourself?</strong>
In private, I like to physically challenge myself, especially if the sporting goal is linked to a charity. In addition, I love "touring" in my jeep, socializing and making long (and long) journeys, especially through Latin America. At every destination I visit during my tour, I am the first to look for a gym where I can do spinning lessons. I really enjoy working up a sweat among the locals and experiencing how fellow spinning instructors teach abroad. In the meantime I have sat on many different spinning bicycles, from super modern bicycles in luxury gyms in Argentina and Brazil to rusty and rickety specimens in dilapidated spaces in Bolivia, Colombia, Guatemala and Nicaragua, among others.
More information about this training?
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Your learning track
The classroom training is combined with challenges. We call this a learning track. Challenges are short-term assignments that you receive after the training and that help you practice new behavior in practice.
6 weeks, 1 challenge every week.
This is how others review this training
“Very useful training that helps you to get others involved and to deal with resistance. I have often heard the topics in this training, but this training provided good practical tips, making it very valuable.”Nathalie
“The training was very useful. It gave me some good tools to make conversations run better. The session with the actor was also a great opportunity to put what was learned into practice.”Boudewijn
“Experience a very valuable training with the open registration of Job training. With the help of the trainer I started working to get more direction during conversations at work. Very useful! It has now become much clearer to me which tools I can use.”Thijs