Communicate with Impact in the Workplace

Learn techniques to enhance your communications and influencing skills at work

This half-day Communicate with Impact in the Workplace training focuses on analysing and applying the key principles of powerful and persuasive communication to increase your impact at work.

What you’ll learn

How do you communicate with impact and presence in the boardroom? How can you increase your influence among colleagues, peers and superiors? What strategies can combat feelings of imposter syndrome and help project self-assurance and authority to your team? 

The Communicate with Impact in the Workplace training from PA Media Academy combines techniques from mindfulness, coaching, media training and public speaking training to help you overcome self-doubt, develop more confidence and greater impact when communicating in the workplace.

Learn from experts

The Communicate with Impact in the Workplace training is led by an experienced broadcast journalist with decades of experience as a news anchor, TV presenter, event host and MC. Over three hours, they’ll use their experience, presentations, discussion and practical exercises to elevate your communications style and boost your impact in important conversations and presentations. 

Once the theory is covered, you’ll record a mock TV interview, putting the techniques learned into practice, followed by feedback and advice from the trainer. After training, you’ll receive full course notes by email and a link from which to download your interview recording.

Who the Communicate with Impact in the Workplace training is for

This course is for people in leadership roles and management positions who want to communicate with greater confidence, gravitas and impact in senior-level meetings, pitches and presentations.

We currently offer this course as bespoke training for teams and can deliver it remotely, or in your offices. Get in touch using the button below to discuss times and dates, as well as how we can tailor it to your needs. 

If you’re booking for yourself, find all of our scheduled courses here

Course Modules

Key Theory

  1. What makes a great communicator?
  2. Developing authority, gravitas and poise
  3. Self-sabotage and managing the internal critic
  4. Tips for virtual presenting
  5. Common mistakes to avoid

Practical Exercises

  1. 60-second mini presentation
  2. Craft a clear, concise, compelling message
  3. Breathing exercises to manage nerves
  4. Recording a mock TV interview with trainer feedback

Communicate with Impact in the Workplace

Learn techniques to enhance your communications and influencing skills at work

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What our students say

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The team is flexible, slick, well-resourced and overall simply first class. Their expertise and knowledge have been invaluable. I was delighted with our choice, so I’d have no hesitation in recommending them

Prostate Cancer UK
, Head of External Relations

The teaching I received was second to none and despite having no experience whatsoever in journalism, the tutors made sure there was a friendly environment where I felt welcome to ask any questions I needed. I was able to finish the course and go into a job working for The Sun.

Olivia Allhusen
, Junior Journalist
, The Sun

The training scenarios are as real to life as you could possibly get. They took considerable time to research our current plans and issues and used these to design a series of true to life radio and TV interviews. The team is outstanding, and their expertise and knowledge has been invaluable. Book them – you’ll be glad you did.

NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group
, Communications Manager

I really could not recommend Press Association enough to anyone who is looking to jump into the fascinating world of journalism. The course equips you with all the necessary skills you need to enter the industry and the wide range of topics covered leaves it hard for you to ever feel bored.

Holly Bishop
, Digital Reporter
, GB News

It’s a great place to make connections – networking with teachers, guest speakers and fellow students can be key to gaining advice or even job opportunities during and after the course. 

James Saunders
, Digital News Reporter
, GB News 

The methods and techniques you learn (and apply) on a daily basis through teaching, coursework and eventually exams crop up again and again in both job applications and jobs themselves – the course content is directly relevant to the realities of the industry. 

James Saunders
, Digital News Reporter
, GB News

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