Selling Yourself, Your Project and Your Ideas
In your role, do you find yourself having to 'sell' ideas, projects and yourself?
Although the skill of ‘selling’ is not usually associated with the public sector, each time you present an idea or a project, or indeed apply for a new position, you are in fact ‘selling’, and there is an increasing need to influence and persuade others to accept you and your ideas!
This workshop is designed for anyone who needs to sell and convince colleagues, customers, departments and other agencies about projects, ideas or plans in a thoroughly professional manner. (We won’t be turning you into a ‘pushy’ cold-calling sales person). Instead, using a clear four-stage sales process, backed up with a professional, consultative approach you will learn how to sell your plans, projects and ideas so that they are more easily accepted and adopted.
Whether you are on the front-line of service delivery or devising policies that ultimately have to be sold to others, this workshop will give you the skills that make the difference.
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- Building an Effective Business Case (5th December)
- Advanced Writing Skills (5th December 2013)
- Working With and Understanding Local Government (5th December)
- Persuasive Writing Skills (26th February 2014)
- Law and the Legal Framework of the UK (26th February 2014)
- Summarising Documents Quickly and Accurately (26th February 2014)
- Advanced Writing Skills (26th February 2014)
- Presenting to a Captive Audience (6th March 2014)
- Stakeholder Engagement and Partnership Working (6th March 2014)
- The Law of Judicial Review the Government in Court (12th March 2014)
- Taking Effective Minutes (12th March 2014)
- Effective Written Briefings (12th March 2014)
- An Overview of Parliament (19th March 2014)
- Speed Reading (19th March 2014)
- Policy and Law - Bills, Regulations and Statutory Interpretation (19th March)
- Line Management (26th March 2014)
- Working With and Understanding Local Government (26th March)
- Managing Difficult Conversations (26th March 2014)