Influencing Skills for Compliance Professionals
The ability to influence can really impact our effectiveness in the workplace. Whether we need to gain support from stakeholders, inspire others or persuade people to implement a new process, influencing is a key skill. Often the people we need to influence are higher up the organisation or control more resources than we do and their decisions and actions are critical to our success. Given their shortage of time and attention we need to learn how to command their attention and get them to do what we need them to do.
This session will help you to understand the skills and techniques of influencing so that you can develop tactics most likely to get you what you want and need.
||Influencing Skills for Compliance Professionals
||Tuesday, 7th September, 2021
||Eimear Barry, Psychologist, Lecturer & Consultant on Leadership & Psychological Wellbeing at Work & in Retirement
||13:00 – 14:00
||€25 members, €35 non-members
Eimear Barry, Psychologist, Lecturer & Consultant on Leadership & Psychological Wellbeing at Work & in Retirement
Eimear holds a degree in Psychology a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology and post graduate diplomas both in HR and Leadership & Innovation. She is a member of the British Psychological Society, a fellow of the IITD and a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD. She has been working in the area of learning and development for over twenty five years.
Prior to setting up her own consultancy, Eimear spent eight years as head of Learning and Development with JP Morgan Chase European Mutual Fund Services. During that time she served as Chairperson of the Irish Funds Industry Association Training Committee and as a Member of the Institute of Bankers Funds Faculty Board.
Eimear is also a lecturer with Griffith College where she lectures on the Griffith College/ACOI Certificate in Leadership Skills.