Learn to lead yourself: how to maximise your performance and the performance of others
As a member of busy crew or team it is important to understand your personal style and how you can use this to be a more effective member of the team. This module will help you develop awareness of your strengths, development areas and natural style of communication and how understanding this can influence your ability to work more effectively within a team and potentially progress to manage and leading others.
Join your fellow freelancers for a 4hr fully interactive online training workshop (delivered on Zoom by a highly rated industry trainer).
This is not a webinar, this is a fully interactive training session, delivered online, in real time.
There will be a maximum of 17 places on each session. You can click here to apply.
This programme is supported by ScreenSkills using National Lottery funds awarded by the BFI as part of the Future Film Skills programme.
- Identify your individual default work setting - and that of colleagues
- Discover your Insights© personal performance profile
- Master effective communication & techniques to resolve conflict
- Learn how to maximise your personal impact
- Influence others - how to stand out, get hired, be remembered and requested back
The session will involve some prep, connecting with fellow participants in group work in breakout exercises and practical exercises to master the skills and techniques being taught.
Who it's for
This course is for freelancers/employees currently working in the UK Screen industries at ALL levels.
You can click here to apply.
Course free due to ScreenSkills funding
This training addresses an industry skills shortage and is subsidised by ScreenSkills as an investment in the professional development of people working in the UK screen industries.
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