Overview

If you’re like most people, you run into trouble when conversations turn from routine to crucial. Your body’s natural fight-or-flight response takes over. The knee-jerk response is to run and dodge the topic, hide behind an email, or just wing it and hope for the best.

Productivity stems from face-to-face communication, as well as your ability to express controversial and risky opinions effectively. Attend this course and practice using real-life models to conduct difficult conversations on any topic. You’ll gain the skills and summon the courage to step up, speak openly and honestly, and get results that count.

Skills Covered

  • Analyzing elements of a critical conversation
  • Understanding your physiological response and when emotional hijacking occurs
  • Recognizing your default mode under stress and your preferred conflict style
  • Practicing tools to deal with various emotional responses
  • Examining your beliefs and self-fulfilling tendencies
  • Identifying remedies to manage critical conversations when they get off track
  • Preparing for and practicing different types of critical conversations
  • Diagnosing and addressing problems while having critical conversations
  • Practicing having critical conversations “on the fly”

Who Should Attend

Anyone who wants to be better prepared to manage critical conversations that can have a significant impact on relationships at work.

Course Curriculum

Prerequisites

There is no prerequisites required to attend this course.

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