6 Steps to Mastering Difficult Conversations Webinar

 6 Steps to Mastering Difficult Conversations Webinar

A one hour Webinar for business leaders

12.45pm Wednesday 13th May

Attendance fee £75.00 Book Here

About this event:

Do you need to have ‘that conversation’? The one that you’ve been putting off because you’ve been dreading it?Have you been avoiding a colleague because you know you have something awkward to discuss?Avoiding tough conversations is one of the most common issues identified by leaders across the globe as a barrier to success, but with the right preparation and a step by step guide to follow you can have those conversations with confidence and competence.

Join me for this Webinar where we will cover:
1. Preparation
2. Practicalities
3. Opening the conversation
4. Delivering the message
5. Confirming the outcome
6. General tips for critical conversations

What you will get:
• The live online class
• The opportunity to ask questions
• Your 6 step guide to having difficult conversations
• A recording of the class to access when you need it

There are only 15 places available so book your place early.

Previous attendees said:
The session on Having Difficult Conversations was really beneficial in helping to outline all the key elements you need to consider from planning through to delivery and I will certainly use these learnings for different scenarios going forward.
Julie McCabe, Managing Director, Impact Communications

This session on “Having Difficult Conversations” was very well presented remotely without losing any of the ‘classroom’ feel. I found this a very valuable, common sense approach to learning and would recommend this to anyone in leadership of any level.
Paul Vaughan, Managing Director, Spera Ltd

I would highly recommend this session on difficult conversations to anyone who has the responsibly of managing a team. Difficult conversations need to happen and this is a great method to get your message across in a clear and understanding way.
Paul Stewart, Founder & Managing Director My Baggage

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