Difference in opinion is a part of life. However, conflicting opinions and unknown end results can trigger situations many of us find difficult to manage. When facing these situations you have three options; you can avoid them, you can face them and handle the discussion poorly, or you can face them and handle the discussion well.
How we show up and manage ourselves in these situations is key to building strong team relationships and resilient organisations. On this programme, you will explore key skills, tools and mind-sets to enable you to step up and handle these conversations in a positive way.
Who is it for?
This programme is designed for women (over 18 years) and resident in the Highlands, to support them to make a difference in their communities.
14 February 2020
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Where: Glen Mhor Hotel, Inverness
Time: 10am - 3pm
Cost: Fully funded.
Courage is contagious. Every time we choose courage we make everyone around us a little better and the world a little braver Brene Brown
- Apply your learning and practise in a safe space
- Explore how to thoughtfully prepare for a courageous conversation
- Develop confidence, key skills and mind-sets
- Gain insight into your own preference when faced with a difficult conversation
Your facilitator for this programme will be Karen Derrick. Karen has spent the last twenty years working with social enterprises in Inverness-shire and the Cairngorms National Park and currently heads up Voluntary Action in Badenoch and Strathspey, which helps support a wide range of enterprising third sector projects in the area.
Lorna Jamieson, Learning Administrator | 01463 871219 | firstname.lastname@example.org