Influence and Impact

The Influence and Impact programme enables you to become a powerful communicator with strong presentation and negotiation skills.

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The Influence and Impact programme is designed to improve your skills and build your confidence as a communicator. It is ideal if your role involves influencing others โ€“ both inside and outside of your organisation โ€“ or if you lead teams or change projects.

Over three days, you will develop your own communication style that you can use in both your professional and personal life. You will sharpen the skills required for successful pitches and negotiations, including how to handle high-pressure situations and strong personalities. You will then return to work with detailed preparation for an upcoming scenario such as a presentation or difficult conversation.

The course is highly practical and offers the chance to learn and network with a supportive cohort of peers.

Key benefits

For individuals

  • Adapt your communication style to suit any business situation
  • Gain the skills and self-confidence to influence others effectively
  • Present and negotiate in a persuasive, credible way in order to get the best results
  • Gain practical takeaways for use in your current role

For businesses

  • Develop your people to make a greater impact
  • Participants build the communication skills needed for success in pitches, negotiations and meetings
  • Engage your employees by enabling them to manage their own development and take on more responsibility

Programme Director

Peter Nelson - Henley Business School Finland

Peter Nelson

Programme Director, Influence and Impact

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