Seek first to understand then to be understood

Stephen covey

Communication

Top three communication courses

  1. 1

    Persuasive Presentations

    Umm, well, this was actually my presentation ... A good speaker stops before his audience expects it. You’ll learn this during the Persuasive Presentations training.

  2. 2

    Communication skills

    Communicate with others in a professional way. You’ll learn how best to do this in the Communication skills training.

  3. 3

    Asking for, giving and receiving feedback

    With all due respect... What comes after is perhaps respectful, but usually also deadly. The above statement clearly shows how valuable giving the right feedback to others is.

Enhancing communication courses

  1. Cross Cultural Awareness, Communication and Collaboration

    We increasingly work with people from different cultures, both within our own organisation and beyond. Dealing with different cultures is the challenge we face more and more.

  2. Consultancy skills

    You’ll learn the importance of your own behaviour in a successful consultancy process, in Successful Consultancy training.

  3. Networking and your career

    You will learn how easy it is to get more value out of networking meetings in the Networking and connections training.

  4. Successful meetings

    Knowing the agenda items and your position in it. Ensure that items are dealt with and handled properly and all within the agreed time frame. This is the art of effective meetings.

  5. Customer-focused thinking and doing

    In all that you do, you should really consider this question. You’ll learn how to put yourself in your customer’s shoes and get great results in, Customer-focused thinking and doing training.

  6. Practical application of emotional intelligence

    Do you also want happy (internal) customers that keep coming back? In addition to offering unique products or services, you as an employee make the difference. Your attitude is all-important.

  7. I, the other person and my organization

    Knowing what you do and doing what you know. It's an art. And that art starts with getting to know yourself even better.