Professional Advice

The ability to influence others and to have one’s recommendations accepted are crucial for every professional. Another critical competence is to know how to deal effectively with resistance and objections. In the training course Professional Advice, you will learn how to influence others when offering advice or during decision-making processes without having to wield power.

This is a highly engaging course designed for today’s professional. The course Professional Advice is designed for professionals who are regularly called upon to advise internal and external clients.

Once you have completed the course, you will be able to set up a strategic advisory meeting. You will have learned how to get your recommendations accepted and how to build support for them. You will also be able to listen with empathy and to consider the various dimensions that come into play during an advisory meeting. You will know how to make the best use of your own and your client’s talents. You will be capable of taking a leading role in complex advisory processes. You will be able to consolidate your relationships in the context of an ongoing project. Finally, you will know how to position yourself firmly using both verbal and non-verbal cues.

Are you interested in this course? Then submit an official request to CLO on Workforce.

Before you enrol in an activity, discuss your specific learning aim or aims with your supervisor. By talking things over, you can decide which activity is most appropriate for you and ask your supervisor to approve your choice.

Make sure you submit your request as soon as possible so that you have time to wait for our approval and to sign up for your chosen activity.

Don’t pay for the activity yourself in advance! CLO will contact the relevant party regarding invoicing. If you are obliged to fill in invoicing details, specify that the invoice must be sent by e-mail to and the reference ‘cost centre 3950’ must be shown on the invoice.

For more information, dates and registration, please visit the Yearth website.