Editors Guild Meeting Communication Skills For Editors: Navigating Difficult Conversations

Things to do
0 Love It
Save it
Editors Guild Meeting  Communication Skills For Editors: Navigating Difficult Conversations
More Less
Editors Guild Meeting Communication Skills For Editors: Navigating Difficult Conversations says
Creating good relationships with your clients is essential to your professional success and personal well-being. Clear and respectful communication skills are key.

In this short interactive workshop, communication trainer, coach, and writer Sura Hart will teach and demonstrate communication skills that can empower you to handle difficult conversations and difficult clients. Cynthia White, editor, theatre artist, and Guild Board member, will assist Sura in role-plays. You will learn how to:

•Know when to listen and when to talk
•Understand what’s most important to them
•Listen to complaints without taking it personally
•Keep your cool when your client is flipping out
•Talk to yourself in ways that strengthen self-respect & self-compassion
•Give honest feedback that has the greatest likelihood of being heard and appreciated

Sura Hart is an educator, communication coach, mediator, certified trainer with the global Center for Nonviolent Communication, and a leader in incorporating Nonviolent Communication in school communities. Sura co-authored a well-loved book for parents, Respectful Parents, Respectful Kids, as well as two books for teachers: The Compassionate Classroom and The No-Fault Classroom. She has also co-created The No-Fault Zone® Game for ages 5 – 95, supporting meaningful and productive conversations in schools, homes, businesses, and everywhere people want to connect. Sura’s email: sura@thenofaultzone.com. Sura’s website: www.thenofaultzone.com
More Less

By: Northwest Independent Editors Guild

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/1581246895490911
To improve this listing email: feedback@timeout.com