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Enhancing Interpersonal Meetings Workshop

Price: £99.00 £10.00
In the business arena, one of the most dwelled upon subjects is the importance and nature of communication. The importance of communication in private life cannot be underestimated either. Good relationships, more often than not, are underpinned by effective interpersonal communication.
So while we appreciate that effective communication is important at work and at play it is true to say that certain pressures can also make for under-communication, over-communication and miscommunication. In the workplace, for example, it is not unusual to hear comments such as “nobody around here tells you anything!”, ”We have meetings to plan meetings” and “we are told one thing and then we are expected to do another thing.”It is true to say that planned courses of action sometimes do have to change. However, what these statements do suggest to us is that if certain factors were in place it is likely that the nature of interpersonal communications somehow becomes more meaningful.
So how do we go about enhancing interpersonal meetings so that they produce the best outcomes? This Enhancing Interpersonal Meetings One-Sheet-Workshop™ will share some key ideas adapted from the celebrated work of Dr Stephen Peters in his best-selling book “The Chimp Paradox.”
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I found them to be very simple to use and explain..."

Mark Mackey,
Financial Services Manager,
Republic of Ireland