Persuasion Training Leicester
Communicating with Persuasion and Influence Workshops.
Awarding body Leicester City Council
|Est. Start Date:||28/09/2012|
|Est. End Date:||27/09/2013|
PURPOSE OF THIS EVENT
• This suite forms part of the Leicester Leader offer which sets out a new leadership culture of continuous development and improvement to help change the way people feel about working for the Council.
• In this event, we want Leicester City Council managers to recognise that they need to be able to influence others to drive behavioural and organisational change.
AS A RESULT OF THIS EVENT, DELEGATES WILL BE ABLE TO
• Out of the event, managers will be able to go forward with an increased ability to influence others to adopt new ideas.
• Recognise new ideas are only achievable when others agree, adopt and apply them, so we want managers to be able to use their personal impact in the achievement of goals and objectives.
AREAS TO BE INCLUDED
• The need for influence to achieve objectives.
• Defining and understanding persuasion and influence.
• Understanding what motivates and influences behaviour.
• Power bases for influence.
• How to deal with resistance.
• Influencing downwards, upwards and laterally.
• Building behaviours and attitudes to improve your influencing reach.
• The workshop will be delivered over one half day (approximately 3 hours). It is envisaged that, in the first instance, up to four sessions will be required over a 12 month period.
• The sessions will take place at Leicester City Council premises.
• It is expected that each session will be delivered to an audience of up to 30 participants.
• It is essential that the presentation is delivered in plain English.
• It would be desirable for the presenter to have experience of delivering within the public sector.
• Delivery needs to be pitched at a strategic level appropriate for second and third tier managers from a diverse range of local authority service areas.
• If the event is accompanied by supporting materials and/or a delegate handbook printing can be managed by Leicester City Council, if negotiated.
• Any materials should also be provided electronically so that they can be posted on the City Learning resource site to be used for internal purposes only.
WRITTEN SUBMISSIONS SHOULD:
• Set out a suggested outline for the session.
• Have sufficient detail to illustrate the provider’s approach.
• Include design and delivery costs.
• Indicate estimated travel and accommodation expenses.
• Include a short profile of the presenter(s) who will be delivering the mini-workshop.
The target group for this Course are Divisional Directors, Heads of Service and Senior Service Managers.
|Contract Type||One off|
|Procurement Process||Expressions of Interest|
|Estimated ValueText Description|
|Category||Training & Conferences,|
|Suitable for SME||YES|
Document Available Until
Submission Return By
Leicester City Council
New Walk Centre,
LEICESTER LE1 6ZG