Personal Development & Growth
So you want to get the best out of yourself and your people?
How well do your people, including yourself do their sales presentations to your international clients?
Are you able to negotiate effectively around the world?
Are you or your people culturally competent when dealing one-on-one with your global clients?
Do your (non-)verbal’s communicate confidence?
The people in your organization make up your organization. The people, including yourself, are the organization.
Just as a book is being judged by its cover, so are you, your people, and everyone else. Others do this to you, and you do this to others. It’s human nature.
Learning personal and interpersonal skills are crucial if you want to stay ahead of the competition. Your competition, and the new entrants to your markets.
Even if you have done skills training before, you know that those skills need maintenance as well.
Just like going to the gym once won’t make you fit, following one training once to improve your personal skills will not be as effective as it could be. Typically not when it comes to personal and interpersonal skills.
Repetitive training is the word.
When was the last time you invested in yourself or your people?
On a scale of one to ten, ten being the best, how well do you or your people score on:
- Verbal skills?
- Confident nonverbal posture?
- Presenting with passion?
- Negotiation skills?
- Interview skills?
We won’t and can’t list all of the necessary business skills you’d require to succeed in today’s business world.
But ask yourself: If you’re looking for added value, what are the three things you would like to improve about yourself or anyone of your organization?
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How do you get your people to do what they need to do so that your organization moves towards and achieves its objectives? You know that the biggest problem that most organizations face, when it comes to strategy, is the implementation of it. What gets measured, gets done. We measure, so you can get it done. What are the three things you would like to improve about your organizational culture?
How do you make sure that, when working internationally, cultural differences actually help you, rather than hinder you? Recognize the following: “You get what you ask, but you don’t get what you want”? Making the most of your international cooperation is absolutely possible. Cultural competence is your answer. What are the three things you would like to improve about working internationally?
How to get to your maximum performance, and enjoy the process? Whether it is only you, your department or your whole organization; it’s the people, including yourself that make it. Or break it. Interpersonal skills can be learned, and you need to master them in order to succeed in today’s competitive world. What are the three things you would like to improve about yourself or anyone of your organization?