Interpersonal Effectiveness

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To know oneself is to study oneself in action with another person

— Bruce Lee

 

 

 


Work Relationships

Do relationships at work inspire you or create stress?

Do you have difficulties making yourself heard or asserting yourself?

Do you want to build effective relationships?

Is it hard for you to delegate tasks or give feedback? Is your team just not responding the way you would like them too?

Do your 360 reviews consistently identify interpersonal relationships as an area of improvement, but do not provide specific guidance or practice?

We all know those people who are masters at working with others. They are incredibly effective at work because they can inspire people to work with and for them.

This group is open to all professionals who want learn and experience what it is like to be an effective communicator at work. You will learn real world strategies for increasing ability to  have  effective, rewarding and powerful relationships. This is an experiential group that will require high level of participation and motivation on the members’ part. The reward is learning that lasts for a lifetime. Visit our blog to learn more.

When? Weekly sessions are held on Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 7:30am – 9am

Where? At our office downtown

For more details, please call Dr. Brac Selph  415 935 4605