Over the last 15 years our trainers have worked with teams and individuals from almost every type of organisation and one question we always ask is: ‘What is the greatest problem in your organisation?’ The answer that always comes first is poor communication skills. This finding is backed by a CIPD/KPMG survey of 1400 businesses which ranks improved communication skills (40%) in the top three training needs along with work ethic (39%) and personality (32%).
Is this a key area for you? Good internal communication amongst working colleagues is vital, and the same skills and abilities make all the difference in excellent client communications too. When you have a developed sense of body language, increased observational skills and are able to deploy influential language, the improved attitude and flexibility will not only be seen in these key relationships, but also in the bottom line.
The Brilliant Communicator programme will unlock hidden communication skills to understand exactly how to create rapport and relationships quickly and effectively.
What Does the Be A Brilliant Communicator course include?
- Find out how we tick the unconscious patterns that are the secret to elegant communication
- The TRUTH about body language and how to use it invisibly
- Train your mind to FOCUS and get to your outcomes with minimal effort
- Learn how to detect what draws someone’s attention and how to shift your communications to match and influence
- Organise your communications so they have maximum impact
- The way to use specific words in patterns that mean you can fire up your own and others natural motivation
Know the language of influence that leads to success in business
Be A Brilliant Communicator was created for scientists, engineers, specialists and their managers. We want to teach you how to detect and utilise neuro science principles to transform the way you run teams, build presentations and interact with customers, and it will surprise you just how quickly these skills are acquired. It is certain that you will have others asking with admiration:
‘How did you do that?’.