The Avoidability Spell – with Steph Holloway
9:00 am - 11:00 am
Ascot Park Hotel,
Cnr Tay St & Racecourse Rd,
What does exceptional communication look, sound, and feel like? It looks consistently effective and accurate. It sounds respectful, calm and gracious. It feels compassionately assertive.
Are you getting problems like these common top five?
- Communication not flowing to the right people, at the right time.
- Knowledge not being shared, so people ‘hoard’ knowledge leaving others disadvantaged. Or worse – set them up to fail.
- People not feeling comfortable telling people what they need to hear or know and having those RIGHT conversations (over courageous – it’s meaningless now).
- Operating inefficiencies and mistakes, which cost time, money, and energy.
- Acceptance of things that aren’t right – creating a ‘new normal’ that people live with instead of diagnosing and rectifying.
What if you could avoid making communication issues arise in the first place. Stopping yourself before it begins, being completely pro-active. Changing mindset. Freeing yourself of pre-conditioned patterns from your childhood. Keeping the pings under control.
Want to learn more
We invite you to come and spend time with Steph Holloway. Steph is a leading communication and body language authority in New Zealand, and has worked with over 1,200 businesses and 10,000 individuals in corporate and public events in NZ and around the world.
Steph’s passion is to help people understand their and their team’s style to enjoy better workplace communication and business success.
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