Effective Communication

Like fish don’t think about water – most managers don’t think about communication – at least not enough!

In this workshop you will:

  • Recognise the difference between listening to understand and listening to respond
  • Learn how to consider the full range of communication options open to you – rather than relying on auto-pilot
  • How to use active listening skills to ensure that people know you have heard them
  • Know how to manage communication to develop your relationship as well as the work at hand
  • Learn how to disagree in a way that builds rather than weakens relationships
  • Learn communication patterns that will increase your ability to influence and persuade
  • Learn how to use a communication plan to get across the messages that really matter
  • Pick up some tips on how to write more effectively at work
  • How to pass on your bosses message in a way that makes sure it is heard

Now this may sound like pretty basic stuff; the reality is that most of us know it intellectually, but we don’t do it! The workshop will help you to reflect on your existing communication habits – and replace some of them with habits that are more likely to work well for you.

Key Benefits

  • Practical day to day communication techniques that will improve your relationships and your effectiveness at work (and home)
  • Increase your influence and persuasiveness so that you get more of what you want – more of the time
  • Get your key messages across more effectively – and get them acted on
“In order to say yes to what’s truly important, you first need to say no to other things,”
Wiliam Ury – Power of a Positive No

Remember this workshop comes with a full money back guarantee, so you have nothing to lose by booking now!

You will get FREE membership of the Progressive Managers’ Network and Online Forum.

Book Here

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