OVERSUBSCRIBED Productive Conversations: Livestream Showcase 9 Mar 2021

OVERSUBSCRIBED – We’ve had a fabulous response to this event and there are no longer any places available. You can register if you want to hear the next time we are running this event.

hear and be heard: a free livestream event showcasing training to give managers essential working from home and in the workplace conversation skills

I gained a lot of experience and knowledge. The chance to rewind and perform difficult conversations is so powerful.” Participant, National Grid

Faced with potentially ‘difficult conversations’ about operational tasks, performance and conduct issues, personal development or mental health and wellbeing, our Productive Conversations programmes help managers learn and practise the essential ‘soft’ skills needed to hold high impact conversations with team members, peers, and superiors. This is your chance to experience its impact for yourself.

the programme

On Tuesday 9 March 2021 we’ll be showcasing content from our virtual training and learning development course on Productive Conversations via livestream. Many of the skills covered apply whether working from home virtually or face-to-face in the workplace, but we’ll mainly be using remote working examples of virtual conversations.

Using realistic, dramatised content, online polling, facilitated group exercises and discussions from our programme, we’ll demonstrate how our learners explore the key elements of Productive Conversations through livestream training to achieve the following learning outcomes:

  • Explore the practical and emotional challenges of remote working, including preferred remote management styles
  • Understand why some conversations are much more difficult than others, the impact of internal narratives, and ways to manage one’s emotional reactions in the heat of the moment
  • Know how to hold productive conversations in potentially challenging areas, including breaking bad news and operational performance conversations
  • Learn how to give and receive timely constructive feedback

We’ll also cover:

  • Tools of the trade– introducing a selection of innovative and experiential, drama-based training tools and techniques
  • User feedback– sharing evaluation results, client and user perspectives on this alternative approach to training and learning development

Please note, this isn’t a full training session. It’s an opportunity for Human Resources, Equality & Diversity, and Learning & Development professionals to try out elements of the programme, learn more about our work in this area, and to consider whether it’s something that they would be interested to run in their organisation.

what learners say

“It was very good and interactive. The use of videos and theatre was excellent.”
The use of technology and the encouragement for everyone to participate worked well. It was thought provoking and worth attending.
“Excellent content, really well facilitated and great use of technology to enable discussion.”
The interactive element [worked well], considering we were online.”
Made to feel comfortable in a difficult ‘acting’ situation. Excellent scenarios and lovely people.”

book your place

Due to the level of demand, there are no longer any places available for this event. Click on the ‘Notify me next time’ button if you want to hear straight away when we run it again.

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You can check out which other organisations are attending here.

Any questions at all, feel free to contact Graham Coleman via email or call 01484 310234.

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