Are you up for the 10-day communication challenge?

Say ‘yes’, and discover how to create conversation cohesion and synergies that seem impossible to find.

Here’s what you’ll discover. 

We all view situations through ‘frames of reference’ that provide the context or focus for our thoughts and actions. Often we can misinterpret a ‘frame’ and this effects how we react to and communicate in situations. Effective communicators can reframe a discussion to create a different viewpoint for themselves and others. This 10-day communication challenge focuses on strategies and skills to master reframes.

A reframe:

  • Can totally change how you feel about a situation, person or day.
  • Will influence the language you use and the results you get.
  • Will change how you lead your team, project and organisation.

By the end of this 10-day communication challenge you will:

  • Understand the impact of your frame of reference in communication
  • Learn strategies to master ‘reframes’
  • Improve your ability to communicate effectively
  • Approach old difficult conversations with increasing confidence
  • Have new skills to navigate and guide you through world of different views.

Here’s everything you get:

  • Bite-sized video’s training to make creating Cohesive Conversations simpler and easier
  • Daily e-mails with a simple, achievable task so that the habit of creating Cohesive Conversations is integrated into your daily life
  • The opportunity to submit to questions privately
  • Cohesive Communication techniques explained in simple practical steps
  • Links to useful resources, tools, articles, techniques and video to reenforce your learnings and the occasional laugh

At $197.00 (including GST) it is the best value personal development training available. Put simply, its 10 days to more confidence.

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What people are saying about the 10-day challenge

I thought the course was fantastic. I’ve done a little bit of reading on this subject matter before but I found the presentation of the material very easy to follow and the material was great / easy to engage with. My key takeaways were

The respond versus react is great. We are all guilty of it. I used to say this to my managers / supervisors: I want you to respond not react, take a deep breath and come from the thinking state not emotional state.
· Thinking of the outcome we want / consequences we don’t want and what we have to do to get it – great way of getting people to look at it, but also taking into account the different meaning / interpretation depending on how you audience views it – great to raise awareness around this.
· The reframe examples were very good. Again just that simple change can make such a huge difference to the outcome, the alignment and outcome frameworks
· Acknowledging my own roadblocks

Declan RooneyCIO Department of State Development, Department of Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning

I think for me the major benefit has been the opportunity to reflect on my personal style and the extent to which I am contributing to the breakdown in conversations. Something I certainly don’t normally get sufficient time for. I have now imposed a discipline of reviewing my day for 10 – 15 minutes in the morning using that Cohesive Conversations toolkit to see where and if something might be useful.

Peter SullivanContractor to Defence Workforce Planning Branch Department of Defence