How to Have Difficult Conversations

£ 29

Our How to Have Difficult Conversations Book is a comprehensive guide aimed at equipping individuals with the skills to navigate challenging discussions effectively.

This is 15 pages / 5,000 words of essential guidance.

This book offers practical strategies for addressing sensitive topics, managing emotions, and achieving constructive outcomes. By providing step-by-step approaches, the book helps readers build confidence and improve their communication skills.

It covers the following:

  • The Line Manager’s Role

  • Difficult Topics of Conversation

  • The conversation: five key tips

  • Dealing with an employee's difficult attitude

  • Following the meeting

This book is an essential resource for managers, team leaders, and anyone who needs to handle tough conversations in a professional or personal context. It covers a range of scenarios, from performance issues to personal conflicts, ensuring readers are prepared to handle difficult situations with empathy and clarity, fostering a more positive and productive environment.

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