Talk the talk and enhance prospects for career progression.
Discover the language of work in this participative two hour seminar.
Words matter, yet in the workplace there has been little agreement about which particular phrases could be used to achieve the greatest results.
Recently, a comprehensive 10 year study has provided insight into what UK employers regard as the most valuable transferable currencies – the constructive terms in demand across all sectors of business today.
In this seminar, we explore the language of work and reveal the most effective no-nonsense words, which can be used to develop both ongoing performance in role and long term career progression.
While qualifications and technical skills remain important, interpersonal awareness, behavioural skills, the ability to get on with others and being able to express yourself with clarity and confidence, are the attributes most commonly cited as having an association with long term success in role.
The session provides opportunities to extend your understanding of the words that really work. It then introduces a powerful toolkit, guaranteed to enhance personal effectiveness through the adoption of high-value phrases which are recognised and respected in your workplace.
Seminar delivered by MCIPD qualified HR practioners from Endor Learn & Develop and includes a complimentary personalised development profile, to help you to apply the language of work back in your role.
- Recognise the 21 transferable work attributes, which are most valued by UK employers and relate these to your role.
- Create impact by applying the most constructive words and phrases at work.
- Receive a practical toolkit to support your personal development and extend performance in role, aligned to recognised work goals.
Peter Cheese CEO, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, said: “Too often in the UK, we have recruited people mainly for their technical skills, when what really makes the difference are the core, transferable people skills… it is clear to me that we have to put the human back into work.”