Personal Impact

Having interpersonal influence and excellence as a team member or leader is grounded in the ability to

  • Establish personal credibility through trust and respect.
  • Successfully manage adversity and change.
  • Act and lead with principles and values.
  • Develop self- and social awareness.
  • Build productive relationships with others.

The question is how best to access and utilize the internal reservoir of personal talents, attributes, and experiences of team members and leaders so that everyone is making a positive, long-term impact on the business.

The Personal Impact workshop is ideal for individual contributors or leaders who need to develop their ability to influence others and make a greater impact on the organization. It introduces the critical skills and competencies that people working in modern organizations need in order to be influential, initiate change, manage themselves and their situations, and build strong relationships with others. The workshop focuses on the core skillsets that are essential to having personal impact, and participants engage in extensive self-discovery so they are more aware of their strengths and opportunities for development. Equipped with this knowledge and these skills, they can approach each day and task with greater awareness and a commitment to personal excellence.

Objectives & Outcomes

As a result of the Personal Impact workshop, participants are able to

  • Establish personal credibility by leveraging strengths and improving in areas needing further development.
  • Be assertive without seeming aggressive or arrogant.
  • Communicate more effectively.
  • Understand different personality styles.
  • Position and promote ideas and proposals so they are more likely to be accepted by others.
  • Anticipate and lead productive change in the organization.
  • Discover what motivates different people.
  • Value individual differences and styles.
  • Better-leverage strengths and focus energy on important development opportunities.

“What lies behind us and what lies before us are only small matters compared to what lies within us.”

~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

“Some say adversity grinds you down. Others say it polishes you up… it depends on what you’re made of and how you choose to attack the adversity that comes your way.”

~ Unknown

Our Approach

We make our learning experiences highly interactive by taking the concepts and skills and converting them into a practical process or Model that is directly applicable and transferable to the workplace. The Personal Impact program includes exercises, case studies, discussions, and assessments to help participants engage in self-discovery and determine how they can personally incorporate the concepts into the way they operate on a day-to-day basis. This methodology allows participants to see when and how they can use the skills and tools, resulting in increased credibility, strong relationships, and better results.

Delivery Options

In order to meet the specific needs of each client we partner with and make the most of the learning and development investment, CMOE offers programs in the following formats and lengths:

Instructor-led training (delivered onsite by a CMOE subject matter expert/facilitator)
Digital learning program (self-paced or live)
Blended and layered solution (combining instructor-led training and digital learning)
Train the Trainer Services (certifying internal trainers in CMOE's world-class programs)
Curriculum integration (deliver the topic in conjunction with another topic or event or build it into a development curriculum)
4-16 hours (8 hours preferred) for Instructor-led Variable for Digital Learning

Contact a CMOE Client Services Specialist to discuss a targeted solution that is right for your organization.

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