Effective Communication Skills: The Foundations for Change
Weather we are dealing with a disagreeable person, spouse, child, team member or difficult client or simply saying “NO” we attempt or avoid difficult conversations every day.
Learn a strategic and purposeful way to communicate with others that will influence your relationships forever. Our interest is in helping you learn to connect and disconnect more effectively and collaboratively. How much are potential difficult situations costing you in time, energy, stress and profit? How important is resolving those difficult situations to your career and to your important relationships as a leader?
Each chapter in this workbook is designed to layout a step by step process in learning and applying basic assertive communication skills. You’ll gain practical tools for analyzing situations and you will practice and be coached through out the eight chapters in this workbook. Learn how to:
• Establish immediate rapport
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Label the Label
Observation to Inference
Why Active Listening?
Choose to Lead or Follow to Talk or Listen
Addiction to Experience
Addiction to Experience Continuum
Assertive Body Language Handout
Support Group Covenant
About the Author John Nielsen