Having Better Conversations
Provides insights & teaches practices that increase ability to relate to others more skilfully, and develop skills of influence
Everything is built on relationships, and the key to fostering good relationships is communication. Our ability to perform at peak depends on communicating well, and this means handling difficult conversations as well.
This workshop shares how to manage those conversations without feeling overwhelmed, how to listen, and how to design alliances with people that will help you when things go wrong or bad news needs to be delivered.
The approach of this workshop is very much experiential, requiring active participation and interaction amongst the group and self-reflection.
- Increases self-awareness and understanding of impact on others
- Builds skills in active listening and powerful questions to understand others’ needs more clearly
- Increases awareness of how to design alliances with people and teams to improve performance and collaboration and decrease toxic conflict.
This workshop is delivered by Fiona Buckland, Associate at Work Well Being.
Fiona is a Co-Active Life Coach and facilitator, a Fulbright scholar and published author, who is a faculty member of The School of Life and leads Guardian Masterclasses. Fiona is passionate about bringing our full selves into our lives and leadership.