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Political Savvy

About the course

Political Savvy is about understanding and utilising the dynamics of power, organisation, and decision making to achieve objectives.

Individuals who are politically savvy can navigate complex political situations effectively and quietly. This programme gives participants knowledge and tools to anticipate and respond to changes in the political climate.

Duration: 1 Day

This course is designed for:

  • Anybody who would like to develop more awareness of the dynamics of power, organisation and decision-making
  • Individuals who need to influence a broad spectrum of stakeholders to achieve results

 

What will I get from the programme?

Upon completion of this programme participants will be able to:

  • Recognise the value of positive politics
  • Identify the key behaviours of the political saavy organisation member and how to adopt these in an authentic way
  • Understand how to identify and influence key decision makers
  • Create a power map of their organisation
  • Understand what power is and how power is distributed and leveraged
  • Use leading negotiation techniques in interactions with key decision makers
  • Understand the politics of organisational change

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About Inside Edge – Dublin, Ireland

Our team of associates are experienced, highly qualified learning professionals. The team has extensive technical and leadership experience both in Ireland and Internationally . We are passionate about sharing knowledge, tools and insights that helped us improve performance during our careers.

Our Approach:

  • We share the best tools and techniques available
  • We show people how to adapt these tools and techniques for their role, organisation and the personality preferences of colleagues and customers
  • We teach people how to identify, change and influence behaviour and behaviour patterns
  • We focus on underlying patterns not just surface problems