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How to have those difficult conversations at work

Event Date: 24/01/2019

Many of us dread the difficult, challenging conversation - You know the ones, where we have to deliver difficult feedback, discuss a delicate subject, or talk about something that needs to change or has gone wrong. 

Just thinking about having these conversations can fill you with anxiety and trepidation, taking up space in your mind and distracting you from other important considerations that require your attention. But if we put these conversations off, we are at best missing an opportunity to improve and at worst, exposing the individual, ourselves or the business to risk.  

Based on client requests we are delighted to deliver this half day workshop to enable attendees to enhance their skills and confidence in this subject.  

What you will gain from this half day workshop: 

Timings: Arrival from 9.00am for light refreshments and networking before a 9.30am start. Finish 1.00pm  

Cost: £135 + VAT 

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