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Difficult Conversation Strategies for the Savvy Women Entrepreneur

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What You Will Learn:
  • The 3 biggest conversation mistakes people make and how to avoid them
  • The top 4 things to consider before you decide to overcome your conversation hurdles
  • How to effectively use the “two minute whine rule.”
  • The ABC’s for designing a killer message faster than you thought possible
  • How to ask for – and get – what you want and need!
  • Top tools for Reaction Management

Have you ever stopped yourself from speaking up when dealing with a difficult issue or personality because you did not want to appear controlling, petty or you just have the “jitters?” No, you are not the “bigger person” if you don’t have that difficult conversation. Let a former, “always right” lawyer teach you tried and tested practical strategies to increase your productivity and your profitability and put you firmly in charge of your difficult conversations. During this Tele-seminar you will discover the secrets to great messaging and you will be able to relate to real-life examples. You will leave this session with a “prep sheet” which will help you get focused and prepared. You will have the tools to deliver your message in less time than it takes to order your favourite latte! The ultimate goal: real and respectful communication so that you get what you want and need out of work and life!

Diane A Ross

Diane A. Ross is an experienced speaker, author, litigation lawyer and executive coach. She was one of the 10 semi-finalists in the eWomenNetwork North America’s Next Greatest Speaker Contest in 2013. Diane has trained in mediation and negotiation at Harvard Law School. She is the author of 2 books, The Elephant in the Office: Super-simple Strategies for Difficult Conversations, and Do You Want to Be Right or Do You Want to Have More Sex: 50 Quickies to a Happier Wife. Diane has started and managed three businesses, and she practices her craft in the ongoing difficult conversations and negotiations involved in raising two teenage sons as well as managing a husband!