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Strategic Business Communication Skills

Video Description

There are certain skills that help us, especially if we are managers, to rise up and stand out as high performers. • Building strategic alliances • Powerful networking skills • Project management skills • Skills for briefing a consultant These will help us in organizations, in our own business, in teams and event attending networking events. If you want to get ahead learn practical strategies and insights from psychologists Eve Ash and Peter Quarry.

The four video chapters are:

  1. Building Strategic Alliances: 9 minutes More and more organizations are discovering the value in building strategic alliances with other organizations. To find out more about how to do this successfully, psychologist Peter Quarry, interviews Glenyce Johnson, former Managing Director of Peregrine Adventures. They explore the nature and benefits of a strategic alliance and how to find a suitable partner for a strategic alliance.
  2. 10 Powerful Networking Skills: 18 minutes Learn how to become more successful with your networking by implementing ten powerful skills. Psychologist Peter Quarry interviews psychologist Eve Ash who provides powerful insights so you can learn techniques and discover whether you are a passive, active or proactive networker.
  3. Project Management Success Factors: 14 minutes Psychologists Eve Ash and Peter Quarry have successfully completed hundreds of projects. They explore five essential factors to ensure projects are completed on time, within budget and to agreed specifications.
  4. 10 Point Checklist for Briefing a Consultant: 16 minutes Psychologist Eve Ash asks psychologist Peter Quarry for tips on how to best brief a consultant. Get the most out of consultants by following a simple, yet powerful briefing checklist.