Common Language Networking

The satisfaction attitude


However specialist a team, whether in finance, marketing or production, each must work towards an accepted common goal. How can each team best communicate its agenda to other groups, as well as understanding theirs? The answer lies in finding a common language which is as unambiguous as it is motivating. Common Language Networking will enable companies to make communication gaps, misunderstanding and resentment a thing of the past.


  • Greater awareness of the motivation and expectations of other departments
  • How to use arguments and convince more effectively
  • How to assess situations and propose constructive solutions
  • Better negotiation
  • Sharing common communication attitudes

This training is currently only offered as part of our customised solutions.

Learning Journey

Common language networking

Face-to-face interaction

Class room training

Class room training

Essential time to practice and learn through role and real plays

Virtual interaction


361° online self & peer evaluation

361° behavioural snapshot

Positive mirror

Positive Mirror

Sharing positive feedback



  • Our influence on other people: A source of power or an obstacle? How should we manage our effectiveness with other people? What resources do we have at our disposal today and how can we improve upon them?
  • Verbal communication: The showcase of the example we set. How does preparing our presentations guarantee confidence and effectiveness?
  • Development of a relationship or a partnership: Why and how do we “take stock” of a situation with our colleagues? An additional opportunity to discover the image of the person we are talking with, to better meet his/her expectations and help set new objectives.


  • The purpose of negotiation: How should we reconcile our own satisfaction with the satisfaction of others? A direct and positive approach to give greater value to negotiations
  • The power of questions: Why does the person who asks good questions increase his/her influence? Questions are the basis of knowing others and their expectations. Questions must be prepared to target our objectives. What reactions are generated by the various types of questions?
  • Aggression – real or imaginary: How should we react in order to stay in control of ourselves and of the discussion?
  • Appreciation: who do people think of first? - A means of communication that guarantees a dialogue between winners.


  • Working sessions: a way to save time: How should these be organised and, above all, how do we encourage and motivate other people to improve their preparation?
  • Consensus: the best path towards a decision: Consensus is a form of negotiation. What are its advantages? How should you initiate and develop this process?
  • Commitment: the survival of our organisation, of ourselves. Overcoming stress: this depends above all on our own positive inner attitude.

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