The virtual world is rapidly becoming the ‘real’ world. Remote working is playing a much bigger part in our daily lives. Conversations via the ether are now common place, so ensuring those conversations are effective is key.
So how do we interact via a computer screen? How do we converse with one another without being in the same room?
Knowing why you get on well with some people but not others will help you ‘refine’ your conversations to suit. And knowing what to do – verbally and non-verbally – to generate productive virtual conversations will keep you ‘in business’!
With over 30 years’ experience working in the global arena of behavioural analysis Speak The Speech can help you explore how your behaviours effect your relationships and how you may need to modify those behaviours to build healthier connections. All done quickly and from the comfort of your home or office.
If you want to develop outstanding conversation skills:
1. Contact us with a few lines about yourself and your personal objectives.
2. Your coach sends you a questionnaire to complete and send back.
3. Within 48-hours you receive a personal report based on the analysis of your response.
4. We arrange a 90-minute face-to-face session with your coach via Skype / Face Time / Zoom etc to examine the basis of the report’s conclusions
5. You receive a personalised plan to help ensure progress is maintained
Cost £350 to include questionnaire analysis, report compilation and 90-minute coaching session
Areas likely to be covered include:
Understanding your personal drivers
Recognising and relating to other drivers
Adapting your behaviour to suits different people / situations
Tips and techniques on appropriate language and vocal style
Tips and techniques on non-verbal supporting behaviour
Adapting your delivery to an online audience
This programme is ideal for:
Anyone who wants to improve their personal impact both face-to-face and online.
Those who want to consider proactively the most effective way to communicate with specific individuals (be they friends or colleagues).
Anyone wanting to understand what drives their own and other people’s actions.
What previous attendees said:
“I gained insights about myself I really hadn’t thought about before; looking at things from a different angle has been incredibly helpful and I know my relationships will benefit as a result.”