We all encounter challenging situations with those we work with and also with some clients. Such situations can be difficult and stressful to handle. However, by learning a few simple techniques you can deal positively with these conversations, and you can also prevent many poor communication and conflict situations from happening in the first place.
Underpinning this workshop is the three-step approach which ensures difficult conversations have positive outcomes.
Each person attending will also receive their personal action journal which contains tips and exercises that are explored during the workshop. They can also use their journal to document all their ideas and actions that support their learning after they return to the office.
This workshop will provide you with the skills and techniques to deal with conflict in a positive way. It helps your communication skills and how to prevent conflict from happening. It will equip you with a toolkit for communicating confidently and building positive working relationships.
Some Key Benefits From This Workshop Include:
About The Lecturer
Sean McLoughney, founder of LearningCurve, is a sought-after performance and talent support specialist, author and speaker. He provides Talent Support for organisations that drives Better Performance and Talent Retention by utilising the latest in learning thinking. Since 2001 has helped over 26,000 professionals at every level to improve their performance. In addition to his work with LearningCurve Sean is also senior lecturer for IPASS as well as a senior lecturer (Business & Technology -ACCA & E1 – CIMA) in Accountancy School. Sean is a regular speaker at CPD events for CPA.
Sean is also a successful author and has written four books and numerous articles. His fourth book “Time Management” is out now. It helps you improve your time management skills, and he also delivers the popular time management workshop “Planning & scheduling your day, week and month” which is based on his book
In recent years Sean has worked with global organisations, universities, SMEs and member bodies.