Coventry Academy provides a training course in The Art of Working Together in Management & Leadership
|12 - 16 Dec 2022||London - UK||$5,950|
Why Choose this Training Course?
We live in a world where there are many talented individuals who are highly educated and have potential to achieve great things, yet many are demotivated, disengaged and are working below their potential. Yet, research shows us that individuals who are emotionally intelligent & who can build strong relationships and human networks, advance faster, earn more money & are more motivated and engaged in their work & personal lives than those who try to do it by working alone. “Successful people understand the power of teamwork and collaboration”. Whether it is building good relationships with our stakeholders, the senior team members, winning the trust of clients or gaining the cooperation and engagement of our staff, relationships matter. Around the world each day, millions of deals are signed, contracts won, promotions awarded and the key in almost all of them is the relationship between the two parties. The bottom line is that “People do business with people they both like & trust”.
This highly interactive Coventry Academy training course has been designed to enable you to learn and practice the art of building & forming strong and healthy relationships that will lead to cooperation and collaboration with those you interact with. This course enables you to gain the greater cooperation from others while forming strong relationships with stakeholders and building better client relationships. Not only will it give you the confidence to gain the trust and respect of your team, but it will also assist in levelling your success while building high performance team.
This Coventry Academy training course will feature:
- The benefits of collaboration and relationship networks
- Building high performance teams and networks
- Creating the right relationships to enable collaboration
- Inspiring shared purposes and common goals
- Understanding the law of reciprocity