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Dealing with Difficult Conversations

One of our most popular courses and subject that people bring up in coaching is how to deal with people or situations that they perceive to be difficult.

Here are some tips to help you eliminate your difficult perceptions in 2020.

Reframing Exercise

The focus of the reframing exercise is to explore why people behave in the way they do and the reasons why. For example think back to when you were a child. Did you ever refer to one of your siblings as “an idiot”? If we continue to think of them as an idiot we will struggle to deal with them. However, if we apply the learning from this worksheet it will help us to provide direct feedback to them on why you are finding them difficult and perhaps help you to feel some empathy towards them. Let us know how it worked for you?

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