The session utilizes the research of current thought leaders in the field of influencing, business, psychology, social science, and performance. It explores our conscious and more subconscious behaviours, and provides participants with a ‘tool kit’ of practices that will enable them to embed the theory in an active and exhilarating way by the use of our forum theatre modality. Using a range of experiential theatre techniques you will explore how to understand your own influencing style, where they draw their power from, to flex your style to connect with others whilst remaining open to others opinions, to plan and deliver high-impact messages, to generate greater rapport in all your relationships and project themselves with confidence, authority, and presence.
Supervisors, managers, and project leaders in today's business world.
- Understand your personal power and influencing style and how to flex that style to engage more fully with others,
- Leverage your personal power with confidence, authority, and agility to increase self-control, manage anxiety, and remain calm under pressure, and
- Naturally develop an assertive approach by understanding the importance of body language and vocal technique.
Russell is a Certified Trainer, Leadership Coach and Speaker with a master’s degree in human resource management, he has a passion for developing emerging leaders and those transitioning from first-line to middle management, by building their capability and confidence using a blend of experiential and accelerated learning and workplace coaching.
Having worked as both a Personnel Manager and Operational Manager he is able to help managers in both strategic and tactical levels and is highly skilled at diagnosing key organizational workforce learning and development problems, building consensus between stakeholders in complex organizations, and ensuring clear objectives are agreed upon and projects managed to delivery.
As a facilitator, speaker, and coach, Russell is able to help teams and individuals to maximize their leadership potential and become highly-effective managers within whatever organization they find themselves in.