Having Difficult Conversations
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- DateThu 06 August 2020
- Time10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
- LocationOnline event Fremont ACT 9453
- Ticket$$145 per person
- Table$Price for a table per table (seats Normally between 8-12)
Having difficult conversations isn't fun for anyone. Telling someone they don't smell nice, saying no to a client, or having to tell someone they no longer have a job is something that no one looks forward to. We feel anxious and uncomfortable.
Yet, our roles often demand that we know how, and are willing to have those difficult conversations. We need to be effective and build trust and respect, without damaging relationships along the way.
Why you should Attend:
This webinar will show you what you need to know to have difficult conversations. They won't be fun, but they will be done professionally and respectfully.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Identifying your strengths and weaknesses prior to your difficult conversation
10 tips for handling difficult conversations
Giving negative feedback and ensuring it is "heard"
What to say, how to say it, when to say it, all the while being in complete control of your emotions
A step-by-step model to make it easy to follow
Who Will Benefit:
Rhonda Scharf CSP, HoF Insightful humorous entertaining even contagious words that are often used to describe Rhonda Scharf. A speaker with the uncanny ability to look at the normal and see something quite different.
Rhonda is a Professional Speaker and member of the Canadian Speaking Hall of Fame, Trainer and Author, based in Ottawa. She has spoken to tens of thousands of people in dozens of different countries.
Rhonda will share some things she has learned to help you excel in your work environment, emerging at the end of the day with a smile and a sense of accomplishment. Audiences far and wide sing her praises for her relevant and useful tips on administration, communication and workplace effectiveness! From efficiency to the future of work; Rhonda has the info to help you thrive!
She knows how to make you laugh and she knows how to get you to question why you do what you do. Her natural warmth and sincerity are balanced by a healthy sense of the absurd, a combination that is useful in any situation.
Rhonda has written eight books, with her latest “Alexa is Stealing her Job” and her best-seller “Common Sense is NOT Common Practice” still available.