Early Career Professionals

February 12, 2019
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Ariel announces Presence Essentials –a new digital program for early career professionals

The Ariel Group (Ariel), a portfolio company of Renovus Capital Partners, announces the release of Presence Essentials, an immersive, self-paced online experience that enables participants to develop communication skills and presence in a scalable way.

Presence – the ability to engage the hearts and minds of others through dynamic communication – is a powerful differentiator that cements relationships, gets ideas heard and valued, and rallies resources to achieve results.

The Presence Essentials program contains six modules that enable participants to learn and practice the skills and behaviors of presence, and covers four main competencies, Presence, Reaching out, Expressiveness, and Self-knowing.

This digital offering is designed to help participants begin developing their own sense of presence and to apply and practice the skills and techniques they’ve learned in the workplace. It is appropriate for anyone who needs to show up with impact, influence audiences, and build personal value

“The world of work has changed significantly in recent years, focusing more on team and group work, and often includes virtual team members”, says Ariel CEO Scott Simmons. He continued “employees new to the work world need soft skills that help them collaborate better, show up with impact, be able to influence broad audiences and develop self-awareness about the way they work with others.”

Besides early career professionals, independent contributors and new managers could also benefit. HR departments should consider Presence Essentials as an important cornerstone in their on-boarding process, providing new hires with a foundation for growth and success within the organization.

Key features of Presence Essentials include:

• Modular system to pace learning
• Downloadable resources and module overviews
• Missions and activities for on-the-job practice
• Alt-text for the hearing impaired and video transcripts
• Robust user analytics and reporting for management

Drew Jacobs, Director of Learning at Ariel, added “in our increasingly technology driven world, employers cannot lose sight that effective communications, and the ability to work well with others, is critical to business success, whether that’s in-person or virtually. It’s more important than ever. Conversations need to be more than just tweet length.”

About Ariel

For more than 25 years, Ariel has developed, tested and refined powerful and authentic communication skills to drive better performance for leaders and their teams.

Using best practices from actor training and adult learning, Ariel helps leading businesses develop senior leaders, technical professionals, subject matter experts, high potentials, mangers, sales professionals, and early career professionals make impactful interpersonal connections through emotional intelligence, self-awareness, and dynamic communication skills.

When individuals at every level communicate effectively and build empathetic relationships with each other, organizations experience higher engagement, increased innovation, improved team dynamics and expanded leadership pipelines.

Ariel serves some of the most well-known business and higher education clients, including American Express, Capital One, Coca-Cola, Procter & Gamble, Thyssen-Krupp, and a diverse mix of global Fortune 1000 corporations and major MBA programs.

Whether you need to develop your next generation of leaders, connect global teams, boost sales effectiveness, or keep your workforce engaged and motivated, Ariel can tackle your most pressing business challenges to ensure that your teams write, speak, lead, and sell with impact, at every level of the organization.

For more information, please visit Presence Essentials program or call 781-761-9000.

Early Career Professionals
Source: HR.com Articles

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