Communicate with Diplomacy and TactIn Person
How often have we spoken too quickly then regretted it? Our ability to communicate with diplomacy and tact improves our leadership by helping us manage change, negotiate, resolve conflicts, collaborate, and create strong cohesive teams. Research conducted by Mike Poskey at ZERORISK HR indicates that two of the five emotional intelligence competencies that successful leaders employ are especially important. They are having an attitude of genuine interest in others, and the ability to manage our internal emotions, reactions, and filters when we communicate.View Date and Locations
What you'll learn
At the completion of this 1-day workshop, participants will be able to: • Better respond to difficult situations in a confident, diplomatic, and tactful way • Apply techniques to find common ground among opposing viewpoints • Give and receive feedback without eliciting negative emotions
Why you want to learn it
To improve your people skills training.
How it will help you
Communicate more effectively.