How to Have an Honest Conversation

Overview

Some conversations can be really awkward. No-one wants to be the person to break bad news. It could be about something as trivial as leaving a crumb infested knife in the butter dish, chasing up overdue work, or even something as serious as firing an employee.

Someone’s got to say it though. And if that person is you, we're here to help

This course gives you the skills you need to prepare yourself in the lead up to an honest conversation. Tips to stop you tying yourself up in knots before you’ve even started and steps you can take to make difficult conversations easier for everyone. And we'll even explain why you need to have these conversations in the first place.

What does this course cover?

  • Why we need honest conversations
  • How to have an honest conversation
  • Dealing with fear and discomfort

Why take this course

This course will help you to understand why you need to have honest conversations and what might happen if you don't. Early intervention will help your work and life relationships, (thinking crumbs in butter dish) it will make difficult conversations easier to have, improve the outcomes of them, and reduce stress and anxietysigns at an early stage.

If you've ever had an honest conversation and it hasn't gone well, then you should definitely take this course. It's the dialogue that opens doors!

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