How good are you when you're under pressure, feel offended, or notice that a conversation is taking a turn for the worse? Find out here. In this 2.5 hour professional training you will learn and systematically practice a 4-step system for figuring out what the other person really wants, expressing yourself clearly and objectively, and skillfully handling difficult situations.
Based on communication theory and Marshall Rosenberg's 4-step NVC system of collaborative communication
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NOTE: This class will have 40 participants, via LifeLabs New York.com
LifeLabs New York at Actors theater
145 West 28th St. 3rd floor (Ring Bell #3)
New York, NY
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm EDTAdd to Cal
Teacher: LeeAnn Renninger, PhD
LeeAnn's interested in all kinds of things, from noticing patterns in the way New Yorkers part their hair, to the evolving shape of car headlights to look like facial expressions.
She has a PhD in Social Psychology/Urban Ethology from the University of Vienna, Austria, and a research specialization in interpersonal relations, particularly related to the perception of success: in relationships, in making good decisions, at work, and at play.
Her second research specialization is in curriculum design for core competency training.
LeeAnn has lectured at Princeton, MIT, the University College London and the United Nations. She is a frequent keynote speaker and executive trainer to the leadership of Fortune 500 companies.
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