The Power of Presence - Program Overview

PROGRAM

The Power of Presence




Course Dates:
14/09/2017 To 15/09/2017


Cost:
EUR € 1850

Language of Instruction:
English





You might have great ideas, perspectives and methods. But you might lose your effectiveness if you don’t know how you come across, and if you don’t represent your message with intention. As a matter of fact, 70 to 90 per cent of our communication is non-verbal – embodied by the tone of our voice and our body language. The Power of Presence is taught by an academic researcher and experienced executive presence coaches. This unique two-day programme, developed by RSM Executive Education, increases your awareness of your non-verbal self-presentation, and teach you how to use your strong features, allowing your communication and interaction with others to have more impact.

During The Power of Presence, you will boost your non-verbal communication skills, including body language, and presenting with self-confidence. Combine this awareness with practice to become a more effective leader, while you explore active and effective ways of communicating and expressing who you are, and what message you want to convey. Your presence and your behavioural flexibility will grow dramatically.

By participating in this programme, you will:

  • increase your self-awareness and self-confidence
  • develop powerful presence
  • learn how to inspire those around you
  • discover how to lead effectively under pressure
  • strengthen your non-verbal communication skills
  • connect with others and build trust more quickly.

RSM - Rotterdam School of Management



Tel : +31 (0) 10 40 88 737



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