Personal Effectiveness

Improving your effectiveness at work

Personal effectiveness training courses

Win22 offers a range of training programmes to help convert the potential of individuals. Working with an HR and Training specialist together with Management professionals we combine the lessons learned from business and sport to improve the personal effectiveness of delegates.

Overall aim of the personal effectiveness training:

The aim of these courses is to help provide an awareness level training to staff new to the core skills they need to be effective at work. Courses are developed on a bespoke basis mainly for graduates and new team leaders. However, bespoke courses could be developed for junior and middle management if required. We have also supported senior executives with ‘one on one’ mentoring and support.

Training to convert your potential

All courses have been designed to provide delegates with practical support, processes and tools they can adopt on a daily basis. Training will equip participants with vital core skills to help improve their personal effectiveness in the workplace.

Personal effectiveness training courses include:

  • Communication skills including presentation techniques
  • Planning, implementing, monitoring and control
  • Interpersonal skills and being assertive
  • Presentation skills
  • Team working for effective results
  • Quality matters
  • Interviewing, disciplinary and counselling skills
  • Time management – improving personal effectiveness
  • Leadership skills

Duration:

Each course lasts 1 day

Kellogg

Thank you so much for your support of our recent HSE Conference, you helped us make this a well organised and professional event which was well received by our Clients, Suppliers and Industry Bodies.

Adam Cowling
Process Engineering
M.W. Kellogg Ltd

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If you believe your organisation needs help fulfilling its potential then I urge you to contact us for an initial FREE consultation, where I hope you will find our approach is refreshing and practical.

— Tim Stimpson