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How to communicate unpopular decisions and changes – live audio event on May 2

If you’re in a leadership position, then you know that it’s your responsibility to make tough decisions … but sometimes the changes that result don’t always sit well with your employees.  You certainly don’t want to alienate your team, but is it possible to communicate these unpopular decisions in such a way that your employees “buy-in” and negative responses are minimized? Absolutely!

And I can help! If you hesitate or struggle with delivering bad news, or if you’re unsure how to communicate unpopular changes to your team, then join me for one fast-paced and content-rich hour in which you’ll not only learn specific ways to communicate changes and decisions with openness and honesty, but also techniques to deal with negative employee responses.

Click here to register now

More than anything else, you need to be the boss that employees can trust, and I can show you how to develop and maintain your credibility so that you can create better working relationships and a more productive working environment.  And if you act by April 25, you can take advantage of early bird savings!

Here’s just some of what you’ll learn:

  • Six specific techniques to formulate and deliver your message so that your employees see and know that you’re communicating with openness and honesty
  • The one critical factor that will allow you to maintain credibility with your staff when the going gets tough
  • Six proven strategies to deal with the negative responses you might get from your employees
  • The well-known change response model, and how it gives you an insight into why people react the way they do when they are faced with negative changes
  • How to rise above your own conflicting emotions – it’s hard to support and implement a decision if you don’t agree with it yourself!

Join me on May 2, 2012 at 11 AM MDT. Early bird pricing in effect ONLY until this Wednesday April 25!

Click here to register, or for more information.

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