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    Breakthrough Project Management

    USA

    This course provides participants with common methodology, terminology and the tools to produce more efficient results and increase buy-in through improved visibility, reliability and consistency.  Eliminate missed deadlines, budget overruns, too many distractions and changes, priority shifting, managing without authority and the lack of accountability. 

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    Clear Business and Email Writing

    USAEuropeAsiaIndia

    Imagine cutting your writing time in half and producing organized, clear and concise documents and emails.  This training involves writing, revising and editing exercises, critiquing documents and high-energy games.

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    Clear Policy, Process and Procedure Writing

    USA

    Learn an efficient and effective approach to creating organized, clear and concise policies, processes and procedures. The improved documentation will increase compliance and enable employees to produce predictable outcomes both safely and efficiently.

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    Clear Technical Writing

    USA

    Technical professionals and managers are often challenged to write clearly and concisely because of time constraints and topic complexities. In addition, non-standardized formats and styles can create inconsistency and confusion. Low-quality technical documentation slows development, increases errors and makes employees more reliant on one another.
    This course provides a step-by-step process for designing and writing technical documents. The training involves writing, revising and editing exercises, critiquing documents and discussion.

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    Coaching Others to Excellence

    USAEuropeAsiaIndia

    Successful coaching is challenging and rewarding—but coaching employees demands new rules. Coaching skills that once worked effectively face-to-face won’t get the job done today.  Coaches must develop an entirely new skill set – from analyzing and applying where and when to invest valuable coaching time to using a proven coaching model to close performance gaps and create development opportunities. With a focus on skill building and coaching modeling techniques, this course will enable managers to move their teams to the next level of performance.

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    Collaborative Negotiating

    USA

    In this workshop, you will learn how to apply techniques from the Harvard Negotiation Project, which shift negotiations from win-lose to win-win strategies and enable both parties to come away from the table with more than either had hoped. Through a series of classroom negotiations, you will discover practical approaches for countering the tactics of the “hard” negotiator that will keep negotiations from slipping into power-based conflicts. You will learn a systematic, four-stage process that identifies interests, options, alternatives and credible criteria to increase both your negotiating skill and confidence.

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    Communicating Across Cultures

    USA

    Has the world arrived at your door? This interactive course is a must if you collaborate in a global team, have co-workers from different cultures or serve customers abroad. Learn how to build relationships, manage deadlines, get feedback reach commitments and share information in ways that are inclusive and effective across cultures.

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    Communicating Using Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

    USA

    The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is the most widely used instrument in the world for gaining a deeper understanding of self, others and interpersonal relationships. It provides insights on the four basic “people patterns” that hold the key to leadership styles, effective communication, conflict, team building and productivity.

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    Conflict Resolution

    USAEuropeAsiaIndia

    This course provides a simple, but highly effective, four-step model that enables you to reduce the emotional charge in any conflict situation by keeping the communication focused and productive.

    You’ll learn how to surface hidden agendas with proven techniques that encourage openness and trust. You’ll apply these techniques to your own work-related conflict situations and learn how to produce more effective results.

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    Delegation, Coaching and Employee Engagement: The Winning Combination

    USA

    Delegation is one of the hardest skills for many managers to master.  Handing off your individual contributor responsibilities and providing others an opportunity to use their skills and knowledge is a manager’s role.  This course focuses on specific techniques needed for delegating a task or project, coaching for success and engaging employees to put forth maximum “discretionary effort.”

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    Effective Communication

    USAEuropeAsiaIndia

    In this course, you will examine the three primary communication skills – clear goal setting, making the message audience-appropriate and active and empathic listening and understand how to improve your working relationships in any situation. This is a highly experiential course applicable for people at every level of the organization.

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    Effective Sales Presentations

    USA

    This is a skill-building course for sales professionals who are called upon to make formal or informal presentations or to communicate complex or technical data to prospects and clients. The emphasis of this course is to identify and develop each participant’s individual sales presentation style while engaging and interacting with the audience.

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    Emotional Intelligence (EQi) at Work

    USA

    You will leave the course able to state the role of EQ in your effectiveness as a leader and list the business case for EQ. The pre-course on-line assessment and interpretation during the course will provide insight into your current working relationships and help you prioritize areas for improvement.

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    Expanding Your Influence

    USA

    Influence is the ability to have a significant effect on the opinions and actions of others. In most organizations, people say that their responsibilities exceed their authority to simply tell others what to do. As a result, people need to get others to do what needs to be done because they see the value in taking action rather than because they are responding to authority. Influence is about getting people to do what needs to be done, for their own reasons.

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    Facilitation Skills for Engaging Your Audience

    USA

    The use of participative skills and techniques are critical to success, especially in today’s world of technology-based presentations. Lengthy slide shows and a one-way information flow often leave audiences bored, passive and disengaged. We know that people learn and remember more by “doing” than by “being told”, but how do we engage them, encourage them to participate and deal with the challenging situations that might arise?

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