Communication Skills Training: Let's Talk
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- Study type: Online
- Starts: Anytime
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Save Time-Communicate Effectively.
This fast, easy skills course will teach 3 of the most crucial communication skills. (1) How to avoid a misunderstanding, (2) How to respond to criticism and (3) How to empathize.
Miscommunication wastes time. Fine tune your communication skills to avoid countless headaches that result from assumptions, misunderstandings and arguments.
Scientifically Proven Methods
These strategies are evidence-based, drawing from the work of emotional intelligence expert, Daniel Goleman, and relationship scientist, John Gottman both of whom have revolutionized the way we understand human interaction.
We have conversations with people from sun up to sun down. When these conversations go well, they lead to quick problem solving, decision making and connection. Conversations that don't go well lead to long drawn out dialogues, misunderstandings and distance.
The 3 skills that you will master from this course are the result of 40 years of scientific observation of 6,000 real people having real conversations.
We know what works and what doesn't.
This is Not a Self-Help Course
This course is built on the concept that people need information more than they need help. Many times we stumble into miscommunications simply because we aren't educated about common predictable (and avoidable) communication patterns. These strategies can be applied to the following contexts:
Discussions about politics or religion
Conversations with co-workers
Long-term romantic relationships
Difficult conversations with family members
Let's Talk! Enroll Now to Join the Conversation!
The sooner you start learning these quick simple strategies, the sooner you can enjoy that extra time.
- Learn how to avoid a miscommunication, respond to criticism and empathize.
- Manage confrontation without conflict or conflict avoidance.
- Understand the destructive power of defensiveness and start using the alternative.
- See that empathy is a teachable, practical skill and learn to improve it.
- Understand that thoughtful deliberate communication saves time.
- Enjoy productive and interesting conversations in place of frustrating communication loops.