Positive Power and Influence® Programme

Improve positive influencing skills, Increase personal impact! 

Improve positive influencing skills and increase your personal impact!

The Positive Power and Influence® Programme (PPIP®) is a training programme in which the employees of your organisation learn influencing skills that help them to be more successful at their job. The programme gives your employees insight into their own influence behaviour: How can they reach their personal power and which influence styles will help them to achieve more of their objectives AND strengthen the relationships with the people they work with? Based on the unique Influence Model® and using intensive feedback loops, the participants will learn flexible ways to be more influential, depending on their goal, the situation and the person they want to influence. PPIP® originated at Harvard University, is available in 17 languages and runs in over 40 countries.

Read more about the origin story of influence skills.

The different programmes we offer

Open Programme Offer:

  • 5-day group phase – €3,295,-

In-Company Programme Offer – quantity discounts apply:

  • 5-day group phase – €3,295,-
  • 3-day group phase –  €1,995,-


  • A group consists of a minimum of 6 and a maximum of 9 employees per certified trainer.
  • All prices exclude 21% VAT, travel costs, accommodation and F&B fees for trainers and participants. Prices also exclude costs for amenities needed, such as the hiring of projectors and monitors. Our Terms and conditionsapply to this quotation.
  • When we arrange accommodation for you, the costs per participant are around €650.- for overnight stay in the Netherlands. This fee includes F&B and 2 overnight stays. International accommodation costs will be in a similar price range. Please contact us for more information.

Results of the programme

PPIP® has a lasting impact on both the individuals participating as the organisation. The employees will experience a profound shift in their understanding of influence, their own presence and impact, and will know how to approach new and challenging situations.

Participants will open to another world of thinking and behaviour. The learning process is managed in a climate of trust, support and challenges, so that people can be open and honest with themselves and others. They will take personal responsibility for their own development.

The programme is built around an easily understandable framework, The Influence Model®. Instead of listening to theory, learning is driven by direct behavioural feedback, coaching, and skills practise. Awareness of the important balance between achieving objectives and maintaining or strengthening relationships is reinforced throughout. The participants will understand that this balance defines positive influence.

When participants leave, they are sure about their strengths in being influential and will know exactly what they can do to further increase their impact. They will understand how their values and beliefs can get in the way of their ability to influence others and how to overcome these, so that they can be effective and authentic people on the work floor. The participants are equipped with a simple toolkit to help them assess situations, including the needs and motivations of others, so they can plan how to approach any situation and be agile and resilient, whatever circumstances they are facing at work.

ISQ – assessment and feedbacktool

To provide the participant with insights into their influence behaviour and preferred influence style, they will receive a digital questionnaire containing a 360°-feedback tool prior to the training days. We call this tool the Influence Style Questionnaire (ISQ). This questionnaire comprises 72 questions relating to day-to-day influence behaviour. The participant scores their own behaviour and distributes the questionnaire to their network (we call the people in this network ‘influence supporters‘ – they are colleagues, supervisors, family & friends)

The results provide an image visualising the type of influence behaviour and styles the participant has most or least used, whether this is according to the supporters or the participant themselves.


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