After this course, you will be able to:
In the first stage of the course, you will learn the keys to the six stages that make up an objectives follow-up meeting. To do this, we will explain the best practice of a target follow-up meeting.
Once you have understood the theory, it's time to practice You will have to meet with Alicia and Raul, two of your collaborators, to check the evolution of the objectives you set in your previous meeting.
If you want to achieve a high score, you will have to listen to their opinions, analyse the situation, help them establish an action plan and manage to motivate them to carry it out.
Thanks to this methodology, based on intensive training, you will see how quickly you will internalise the learning.
You will put yourself in your collaborator's situation, understanding what he/she feels and even what he/she thinks
You will understand what your colleague is telling you, both explicitly and implicitly
You will plan the meeting to deal with all the necessary situations
You will make your collaborator feel that it is possible to carry out your ideas
You will effectively resolve any doubts or complaints that may arise
You will know how to explain your arguments concisely and clearly
You will ensure that the collaborator understands and shares the actions you propose to meet the objectives
You will be able to lead proposals and negotiations without being invasive or overbearing
Motivate your collaborators to fulfil the tasks you propose to them