The practical steps you and your team can take to take to improve your stakeholder engagement, and elevate your impact and productivity.
Drawing on his 30 years of experience managing, training and coaching analysts across a breadth of disciplines and industries, Steve shares the common key mindset and behaviour qualities that great analysts consistently demonstrate – skills that every analyst can develop themselves, to help raise their profile and impact.
In this session, Steve will talk about how the most respected analysts think and behave differently from their peers. He highlights some of the main techniques and behaviours these analysts employ to ensure they have a positive impact on stakeholders and at the same time raise the analyst's own profile and self-worth. From embracing a wider perspective on their role to applying some simple rules when presenting their work, Steve will share some practical tips delegates can take back to their own place of work to help improve their impact on their own organisation.
Great analysts enjoy elevated value and respect within their organisations - not only that, but they get greater job satisfaction and feel more productive, They do this by working consultatively, and avoiding the common mistakes many analysts make when it comes to communicating, planning and presenting their work to their stakeholders. They also apply a broader thinking in terms of the perspective of their role and how others may perceive them. By sharing some of the key traits, behaviours and techniques aligned with working consultatively, delegates will learn some practical ways in which they can improve their own productivity and impact and ultimately raise their profile and value to their own organisation.