Presentation: Turning Your Difficult Conversations Into Positive, Problem-Solving Experiences

  • I’ve got to talk to him about his attitude.
  • I’m not looking forward to the committee meeting. 
  • My neighbour’s dogs never stop barking; I’m going to have to talk to her. 
  • I was wrong, I’ve got to apologise. 
  • OMG!  I’ve got that awkward client this afternoon.  

A difficult conversations is anything you find it hard to talk about. So, what to do?  Avoid or confront?  Whatever, you will probably be anxious and stressed as you make up your mind. 

This workshop explores what makes conversations difficult, why we avoid them, and why we often handle them badly.  It applies to how we deal with children, parents, landlords, tenants, clients, customers, friends, team members, patients, employees, your boss and colleagues of any kind.

We will consider the tools for effectively engaging in a difficult conversation.  The outcome will give you the confidence to turn future difficult conversations into positive outcomes”.  

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About Keith Adams

Keith is based in Carlisle, is an accredited life coach and training manager with a career background in business, social enterprise and the voluntary sector; he has a BA(Hons) degree in Voluntary Sector Studies. At a conference eight years ago, Keith signed up for a laughter workshop and was hooked. He then trained as a laughter facilitator and a laughter yoga leader. Since 2008 he has been providing laughter yoga based workshops to businesses, public bodies, and charities and has been closing Change Camp with laughter yoga since its creation.