Saying what you need to in an SRDS review
Any SRDS reviewee or reviewer who has something that they need to say in their SRDS review meeting, but needs a bit more confidence in doing so
We know when we need to have a difficult conversation with someone as part of an SRDS review, a conversation that, if it took place, would improve the workplace for ourselves and others. So why do so many put it off? Having a difficult conversation requires skill and empathy, but ultimately, it requires the courage to go ahead and do it, but where do you start? What do you say? How will it be received? This practical session is designed to help you conquer these questions.
To give participants tools and techniques to use to facilitate conversations that result in positive impacts on other people.
At the end of this learning event, participants will be able to:
• Identify barriers to having a challenging conversation
• Effectively prepare for a challenging conversation
• Plan to have these conversations after the session
For dates and times of sessions, and to enrol, please visit the Learning Management System via the link on the right. For further information please email email@example.com
You may also be interested in the How we Impact on Others and SRDS Skills sections of Development Everywhere.