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Confident and effective professional networking


This topic is about improving your confidence and effectiveness when in a networking situation. To begin, we look at how you examine – and update – your attitude around networking to set up for success. We then look at specific skills around preparing for a networking event and interacting at the event itself. The purpose of networking is to build networks, so we conclude with techniques to follow-up after a networking event. It’s an end to end examination of great networking.

Building trust in the sales process


This topic is about the behaviours which build trust, particularly in a sales or service environment. his topic reveals the four elements of trust, how they work together to allow trust to develop between you and your clients and specific behaviours required in a sales environment to allow trust to occur. It provides you with skills and tools to assess your strengths and weaknesses in creating trust with prospects and client. It also provides specific actions to improve your trust-building skills.

Communicating effectively in the workplace


This topic is about the awareness and ability of professionals to be an overall effective communicator in their workplace. This topic identifies the key components of communication and communication styles. It examines key listening skills and how to ‘listen to understand’, not just to ‘listen to reply’. There are practical tips for both verbal and non-verbal communication, including a specific analysis of common workplace communication – email, phone and internal meetings.