Spring Courses 2022
Assertiveness and Conflict Management
Learn about personal communication styles, what assertiveness really is and how to deal with challenging situations more confidently.
|£295 + VAT per person
|3 weeks (3 x 3-hour sessions)
|15 Feb 2022
What you’ll learn
- Assessing our communication styles
- Working with your personal style preferences
- Communication problems
- Assertive rights
- 3-steps to assertiveness
- Stages of conflict
- Conflict handling
- Active listening skills
LIVE Online is ‘on-air’ training with real trainers working with remote delegates. It’s highly interactive – participants work in groups and pairs, view slides and video, use whiteboards, and talk to fellow delegates and the trainer, just like in a real training room. We just use Zoom instead! Check out our video…
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Free communication styles assessment
Want to be a better communicator? Understanding your communication style and how it can be improved is fundamental to getting the best out of every interaction.
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“The Sterling team spends time getting to know about our Company’s market segment, operations, our objectives and the specifics of each staff member, in order to deliver the most appropriate and deployable training possible."
David Moore, Managing Director, PENTAX MEDICAL UK (client since 2015)
“I thought that exploring communication styles, and how the effectiveness of communication relates to different personality types, was particularly interesting. This can provide guidance on taking a different approach with different people in order to communicate more successfully."
Miles Martin, SOCOTEC, 2021 delegate