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Not having the difficult conversations means you are allowing ‘something’ to happen. The ‘something’ is usually poor performance, mental health issues, lateness, high absence, negative behaviour or conduct.
Is that what you want?
Many of us dread the difficult, challenging conversation where we have todeliver difficult feedback, discuss a delicate subject, or talk about something that needs to change or has gone wrong.
In this workshop we cover the theories and techniques required to enable you to have the difficult conversations as well as the opportunity to work through practical examples because that’s what matters when you get back to the workplace (no role plays!)
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