Robin Hood, Robin Hood, riding through the Glen. Robin Hood, Robin Hood, with his merry men. Have you ever wondered why his merry men actually followed him, and why they were so merry? Well, it’s probably because all that ‘robbing from the rich and giving to the poor’ malarky inspired them into action.
Inspiring action is about making people want to emulate you, because you’re passionate about your cause. It’s the difference between just being told what to do, and actually wanting to do something. You could be inspiring action from colleagues or employees. Or you could be inspiring locals to take on the big, bad Sheriff of Nottingham. Either way, this course will show you how.
What does this course cover?
Recognise what inspiring action means
Describe the benefits of inspiring action in others
Demonstrate an ability to inspire others into action
Apply techniques to keep people interested in your cause
Why should I take this course?
This course is for anyone who needs to motivate a team, be a leader, become an invaluable team player, or just save the day and rescue Maid Marian. You’ll see what inspiring action means, how you can do it, and learn to apply techniques that’ll inspire action in others.