Networking has become one of the primary ways that businesses, particularly small enterprises, develop their client, customer and contact base. This course will teach you the skills of the best networkers, and help you adapt these to suit your personal style, to build rapport and encourage networking relationships
Do you recognise yourself or your organisation in any of the following statements?
You can no longer see the wood for the trees.
Your strategy, products and services no longer seem attractive to the marketplace.
The ideas that are discussed in the firm are old and stale; maybe you don't have any ideas at all.
People seem to have lost their zest for doing new things and nobody has the energy to take on the challenge of doing something new.
The organisation is not fit for the marketplace.
Then the Innovation Master Class is for you!
Delegates will gain
An understanding of the value of having an effective network, and the interpersonal skills essential to its creation
The confidence to network naturally and comfortably wherever you might be
Practical ways to overcome feelings of awkwardness or discomfort
Top tips to use conversation and body language to build rapport, and make contacts gravitate towards you
Innovation is scary because it means leaving behind what you know, however unsatisfactory that may be, and taking a risky journey into the unknown. Having an innovation programme means that you will have:
A map to use for guiding you on your journey - helping you to make informed choices and reducing the risk of losing your way.
The tools for creative problem solving - giving you the capability to bring together diverse groups in order to get fresh ideas and take them to action.
A shared language for talking about uncertainty and risk - helping you to communicate in those areas where you don't know the answers so that you can create clear plans to take the organisation forwards.
A process for taking new ideas to market quickly - beating the competition.
If you need training for 3 or more people, you should ask us about onsite training. Putting aside the obvious location benefit, content can be customised to better meet your business objectives and more can be covered than in a public classroom. It's a cost effective option.
Submit an enquiry from any page on this site, and let us know you are interested in the requirements box, or simply mention it when we contact you.