You’ve done the half-day workshop, now you must practice and apply those skills to communicate effectively with people in everyday life. How are you going to do this and not fall back into bad habits?
Firstly, you must understand how new skills are learnt.
Example: How You Learn New Skills
Driving a car is something you can take for granted but you go through stages for it to become automatic. Let’s use the example of driving to understand the 4 stages of learning all new skills:-
This is the same for improving your communication skills.
The recent communications Workshop taught you the mindset and foundational skills necessary to improve the quality of your communication with family, friends and colleagues. Like driving, you only become “unconsciously competent” when you practice regularly. A great way to do this is to think about difficult interactions after they happen and consider better ways to which you can handle them next time.
Surely 10 mins a day is worth the effort to have difficult conversations with ease?
If your answer is yes, then join me for this Online Communications Program
What the program entails:
70 mins of Self-Paced Video Training
Drip-feeding of Lessons/Topics e.g. 10/15 min blocks ie.approx 1 video/1 quiz.
Direction to examine issues further in “Communicate” Book.
Each day for 25 days you will receive a bite-size chunk of training to keep you on track and learn from everyday social interactions. After each 5 days of training, the course will pause allowing you catch up if you have fallen behind. This ensures you don’t become overwhelmed with lots of training to catch up on.