The Secrets of Group Dynamics: How to influence and manage people in groups

This seminar is a must if you are interested in raising your awareness of what really goes on when more than two people are communicating. From a practical point of view it is about claiming the power in a group, closing down the over-talkative in a more elegant way, and encouraging your wallflowers.

The most highly illuminating and memorable training I’ve had for years” - Yasmin Khan, Clore Fellow - The Clore Leadership Programme

Are you a member of a group? Do you lead one or more teams? Today in business we tend to work mainly in groups. We join other people at meetings, gather with our teams, speak at presentations, facilitate informal or formal discussions.

Most seminars address the issue of how to influence another individual. This seminar is different. It is NOT about influencing in a one-to-one situation. It is about all the unsaid dynamics that go on when groups of people gather.

The aim of this day is to give you a simple set of tools to help you manage and influence groups or meetings, whether you are part of that team or the person in charge.

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Great balance of models, theory and practice. Energetic was easy to see skills shown. An excellent course. It left me wanting to know more- which is always a good sign!” Jim Barron, Chief Executive - Parliamentary Counsel Office 


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  • Fees to attend

    WIG Members’ fee: £450 + VAT.

    Non-member fee: £560 + VAT.

    Leadership Programmes Alumni fee: £338 + VAT (contact us to apply)

    Voluntary sector fee: £338 + VAT. (contact us to apply)

    Rates include refreshments and lunch.

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