05 Jun Sustaining Peak Performance During A Pandemic: Say Goodbye to Difficult Conversations – Part 1
Recorded Webinar Replay
For some of us, the return from furlough process will remind us of issues we were forced to press pause on, pre-lockdown. Difficult conversations are inevitable and essential yet avoiding them seems to be our default option. Why is this?
As children growing up, our parents, teachers and even society taught us that conflict is a negative thing, something to be avoided at all costs; ‘play nicely’ ‘stop arguing’ ‘why can’t you just get along’. Sound familiar?
Today, we know this approach served to protect us from uncomfortable feelings such as self-reflection, frustration, shame, and remorse.
At the same time, however, this approach denied us the opportunity to create the many positive outcomes that conflicts can present. Opportunities such as improved communication skills, a greater understanding of others, increased confidence, and self-esteem, enhanced private and working relationships and professional advancement.
This week’s webinar will reshape how you view difficult conversations, particularly at work, and aims to give you the tools to find the positive in every opportunity.
Elaine Fisher from Eagle HR, will deliver an interactive session and you will learn:
- How to give and receive feedback
- How to demonstrate the skills necessary for difficult conversations
- How to embrace the opportunity in a conflict
Elaine and her team deliver the HR4Vets service through Eagle HR, in association with Harrison Clark Rickerbys Solicitors, and provide a range of services relating to the day-to-day employment law and HR support needs of veterinary practices.
Special thanks to:
Elaine Fisher from Eagle HR