COMMUNICATIONS MASTERY PROGRAM
The momentum of 3-5 communications workshops in as many months, with practice, integration exercises and coaching in between, creates an intensity of focus, and a reinforcement of key principles and processes, that propels participants into a new framework and new habits that can transform relationships both internally and externally.
We are communicating something about ourselves and our attitude, even when sitting quietly at our desk or walking down the corridor. The way we walk, talk, sit, dress, hold ourselves and express ourselves all say something about who we are. Our face, body and voice are communicating all the time. And as Steve Brouggy, the ex-motorcycle racer says ‘if you’re not conscious of it, you can’t control it’.
‘Communication works for those who work at it.’ John Powell. We all suffer the illusion that because we learnt to talk when we were three, we’re good communicators. If you treat it and develop your communication skills as much as your technical skills, you’ll have a powerful advantage in the world.
‘Deep listening is miraculous for both listener and speaker. When someone receives us with open-hearted, non-judging, intensely interested listening, our spirits expand.’ Sue Patton. Listening is often the most undervalued of all our communication skills and yet the foundational one on which all good relationships rest. Don’t avoid developing it because it’s not fun and sexy.
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