Developing people to deliver business performance

Making Yourself Heard

Having difficulty getting your voice heard in the workplace, or simply lacking in confidence? Our ‘making yourself heard’ workshops can help.

Due to industry demand, we have added a new dimension to our training and development portfolio. As a coaching culture develops in the business sector, so does the need for self-improvement and personal upskilling. We have designed a series of workshops for the business sector under the umbrella of 'Making yourself heard', which ranges from basic vocal and confidence techniques for small meetings or 1:1's, to full vocal and spatial control competency in presentations to senior staff in a lecture type environment.

These sessions have proved extremely popular and were fully booked at both the Huddersfield University Teachers conferences and at all the Yorkshire & Humber, Skills Development conferences.

Overview of Introductory Workshop

‘In today’s busy work environment of regular meetings, briefings, one to one’s and presentations, the ability to ‘get your voice heard’ is an essential element of being a good communicator. Yet so many of us miss the opportunity to share our ideas or express our views just because we let others speak over us or we lack the confidence to say what we want to say. These practical workshops will provide you with strategies and techniques to help you improve ‘making your voice heard’ and enhance your speaking and communication skills in the workplace.’

Previous delegates said they gained from simply standing up and being able to speak to the group, through to valuing that they had a right to speak in meetings and what they had to say was important.

Yorkshire & Humber Skills Development

For more information and to find out how we can help you, call us on 01422 24 19 64

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