Today, and for the next couple of days, I’m revealing the juicy details of the “all-new-for-2016” Communication Power Master Class, chock full of brand-new information for project managers and workplace leaders like you.
Now, if you’ve been following along with the Communication Power Video Series and you’ve downloaded the Scorecard, you already realize this course represents many years of progress in terms of
- Using the 3 Communication Contexts to exert positive influence and create positive impact on those around you;
- Gaining confidence in your Communication Power through the “Ownership Experience” so others respond in a new way;
- Conveying “influence without authority” to get things done, and
- “Managing up/communicating up” to gain support from stakeholders, superiors, and senior management
I’m excited here to…
Start Pulling Back The Curtain And Show You
What You’ll Be Getting When We Open The Doors
(This Thursday, At 12:00 Noon Pacific)
Today, I want to talk about a key fundamental foundation of the Master Class: what makes it different, more powerful and relevant than what you’ve seen up until now.
See, so many training programs for project managers, corporate leaders, managers, and supervisors focus on rote mechanics and hand you some handouts. Maybe they even order a sandwich ring from the local deli to “compensate” you for being forced to give up your lunch break to sit through it.
Then, when you’re done, you get a Smile Sheet and a No. 2 pencil so you can fill in circles that will be run through a scanner.
Your training director can therefore “prove” they’ve “trained” and “educated you”. If you’re a project manager, you can get a PDU or 2.
All Of This Is Good, But Where Does It Address
The Actual Problem With Communication?
It doesn’t matter, at least for now, that so many workplace training programs and courses for project managers out there in the past, may have given you credits, PDUs, or lines on your resume, but provided precious little toward actually making you a more effective manager, someone who
Speaks From The Place Of Your True Truth,
Moves Forward With Complete Integrity, With
Assurance Things Are About To Get Better
The ability to communicate to influence directly impacts your capability to achieve levels of success in your project management career.
Yet, no one teaches us how to communicate to influence – which some say is the most important skill you need to experience and enjoy the satisfaction of achievement, knowing you are recognized as the consummate professional you truly are.
That’s why you’re here, right?
You’re probably like I was mid-way through my professional career, managing project after project and seeking the answers. You may remember, from the recent video series, how committing the 7 Deadly Communication Sins at WORK… cost me my first marriage at HOME!
I was looking for answers as to how to be a more influential communicator. I learned the hard way.
Like me, you’re probably now looking for answers about how you can communicate on projects so that you can get people to…
- Respect you when you speak
- Respond to you when you make a request
- Provide what you request of them
- Deliver those things in the timeframe you desire and/or require
- Take you seriously when you make suggestions
- See you as their trusted peer, regardless of the position you (or they) hold in your organization
- Give you support NOW, not ignore you today but throw you under the bus later
Even though you have many years of formal education and a treasure chest full of PDUs (if you’re a project manager) or proof that you’ve taken a bunch of training (if you’re a workplace manager) under your belt, chances are your present level of communication is not getting you the project management results you need.
That’s Why I Invite You To Join Me For This
“Communication Power” Master Class!
That’s all for now.
Tomorrow, in part II, I’ll cover some of actual content and outcomes you’ll receive and master, and get into some of the incredible, “you can only get that here” training that you receive when you claim your access to this program.
In the meantime, I invite your comments below.
All the best,