UK- Central London and North Thames
28 April, 2021
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm BST
Management accountants have the potential to add enormous value in supporting decision making and business performance management. However, this potential will never be fully realised without the skills to influence effectively.
The mechanics of business transactions, measurement and analysis do not sit in isolation from the complex social and psychological world in which each professional operates. To be influential, we must continue to build our awareness, confidence and emotional intelligence, especially in the context of an increasingly VUCA world.
Beyond qualifications and technical skills, the most important factor in professional success is the ability to understand and work within a vast array of relationships. Doing this effectively increases adds more value to the business and boosts job satisfaction and prospects. Constantly getting it wrong can mean increased stress and lost opportunities. It could even cost you your job!
This session incorporates interaction around a real case study and will also provide invaluable tips on how to understand, and work with, power, politics and psychology in the workplace. It will benefit anyone who wants to increase their influence and make a positive difference.
Peter is an inspirational speaker and international business psychologist. He has more than 25 years’ experience in developing business leaders and teams, helping them to have less stress, more joy and greater productivity.
After moving from Australia to the UK in 2000, he became a director of Europe's largest executive coaching firm before establishing his own business in 2005.
Peter has worked with leaders at all levels across a wide range of industries. His clients have ranged from professional services firms, SMEs and family businesses to larger corporates such as Australia Post, AXA, BP, Credit Suisse, First Group, Kerry Foods, Novartis, Origin Energy, Rolls-Royce, Rydges Hotels, and Vodafone.