the faculty of seeing
all the relevant data
in a meaningful relationship
the state of one's ideas,
the facts known to one, etc., in having a
the state of existing in space
before the eye
view or prospect
a technique of
depicting volumes and
spatial relationships on a flat surface
a visible scene, esp. one
extending to a distance;
a picture employing this technique,
esp. one in which it is prominent
of or pertaining to the art of
perspective, or represented
according to its laws
[Origin: 1350–1400; ME <
ML perspectīva (ars) optical
(science), perspectīvum optical glass, n. uses
of fem. and neut. of perspectīvus optical,
equiv. to L perspect-, ptp. s. of perspicere
to look at closely ]
Six Engagement Strategies TO DRIVE BUSINESS RESULTS
2-day Workshop: 16 PDUs
Surveys indicate that the ability to influence others is
the most important skill for project manages to succeed
in their profession and to differentiate themselves from
the rest. They effectively engage their teams and gain commitment.
The six strategies taught in this workshop identify the
inner motivations that drive people's behavior and help
develop the most effective approach to attain desired outcomes.
Get a direct experience of the mental-emotional factors
that drive decision-making and behavior. See the results
immediately through direct application of these strategies
in your work environment.
You will learn techniques to establish mutually supportive
work relationships, identify the hidden motivational drivers
in people and develop appropriate responses to ensure positive
outcomes. An understanding of the cognitive filters that
bar clear and effective communications creates the ability
to work with difficult people and turn them into allies.
This interactive workshop combines discussions with individual
and team exercises that include self-assessments, role-playing
and application to participants' specific work situations.
a question for advice on a Leadership challenge
The six engagement strategies
The six strategies taught in this workshop are based on the neurophysiological underpinnings of Emotional Intelligence. They rely on a high degree of self-awareness to help you gather information about a situation that others may be blind to. By understanding how those internal mental-emotional factors affect interactions between people, you can identify the barriers to communication and connect directly with the motivational factors that drive people's decisions, actions and behavior. Learn how these strategies engage people on your team and stakeholders and how you can apply them in your work situation.