Henley Partnership: Masterclass – No power? No authority? No problem!

This online masterclass provides an operating model for leaders to identify who, what and how to influence, while building networks, maximising relationships and getting things done.

– Exclusive to Henley Partnership members –

When Time magazine ranks the 100 most influential people globally, the largest group comprises leaders. With the increase in flat, corporate structures, remote working, cross-functional teams and matrices, this online masterclass positions the value of influencing. It also provides an operating model for leaders to identify who, what and how to influence, while building networks, maximising relationships and getting things done. Influence delivers, even without authority and power.

Learning outcomes

By the end of the event you will have:

  • Understood the principles of influencing and the value of good influencing skills
  • Deployed a matrix for planning and implementing influencing goals
  • Identified and utilised twelve influencing behaviours
  • Ddevised a personal action plan for a key influence goal to be undertaken back in the workplace

“I recently had the pleasure of attending one of Henry Rose’s seminars and I was blown away with her knowledge and capacity to inspire . The day just flew by and I could see that all the other 70+ delegates couldn’t wait to get back to implement her ideas. Highly recommended.”

Nick Copestick, Education Consultant at Curzon Consultants.

Who should attend?

Senior managers and leaders who work in flat or matrix organisations – or who are required to influence peers, leaders and direct reports, while building and maintaining key relationships and networks, all without resorting to power, authority or dominance.

Speaker

Henry Rose Lee - Henley Business School Finland

Henry Rose Lee is a speaker, entrepreneur, author and expert on generational harmony and inclusivity. She runs a consultancy that specialises in maximising the performance of millennials and Gen Z workers, to ensure our youngest workers are engaged and retained, while ensuring that all other generations in the workplace are heard and valued in equal measure.

Her aim is to ensure that all generations deliver a high level of performance and productivity for themselves, their team and their organisation.

How do I book?

This event is exclusive to members of The Henley Partnership. To book please contact your HR or Learning and Development team at your organisation.

Unsure who to contact? Please do not hesitate to contact us at thp@henley.ac.uk

For this event, up to 3 places per member organisation are available. ’Up to’ indicates the maximum number per member organisation, it is not an allocation of places. All places are subject to availability at the time of booking.

Key words

The primary theme is leadership and the secondary theme is personal effectiveness.

It is relevant to the development of influence, confidence, engage, manage upwards, networks, communication.

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