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Navigating Through Difficult Conversations is Challenging but Achievable

Posted Apr 30, 2018 09:22 AM
The workplace can be rife with difficult conversations: salary negotiations, performance concerns, complaints about a colleague or client, mending hurt feelings, terminating an employee, etc.

These conversations may be difficult, but you can increase the likelihood they go well if they’re approached with clear intentions, self-awareness, and a touch of skill.

Difficult Conversations: How to Talk About What Matters
Thursday, May 31 | 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Pacific Tower (Smart Buildings Center)
1200 12th Ave. S, Seattle, WA 98144

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Presenter Lauren Glickman focuses on the skills that make a difference in high-intensity conversations. This session will provide staff in all roles and at all levels of the organization valuable insight that will come in handy throughout their careers.

This session is based on the idea that you have the ability to positively influence yourself under stress and can empower yourself to be more effective in conversations. You will get the most out of this experience if you show up with an open mind and a desire to spend time exploring your thinking, your behavior, your habits, and your assumptions about communication and conflict.

Want to receive a discount for this workshop? Join the Nonprofit Staff Development Coalition to become part of our committee that suggests future topics.