BCCT One-Day Workshop on Critical Communications
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|Date & Time:||20-Jun-2023 09:00|
|Location:||Radisson Blu Bangkok|
|Member Cost:||THB 5,000.00|
BCCT ONE-DAY WORKSHOP ON CRITICAL COMMUNICATIONS
MAXIMUM 20 ATTENDEES – BCCT MEMBERS ONLY
Critical conversations, when emotions run high, are common in business. But they need to be handled well to avoid further escalation, conflict and damage to reputation.
In this one-day practical workshop, you will learn how to prepare for those difficult conversations and ensure the best outcome for all parties.
Discover how to stay calm, control your emotions and move towards positive actions. You will also learn how to use body and verbal language to create confidence and ease a tense situation.
Who is it for?
Senior management and other professionals who often deal with people in high stakes or conflict situations.
What you learn
Previous BCCT attendees of this course said:
“Neil was very professional and attentive to participants’ ideas and input. I appreciate his knowledge and practical examples. It was a great session overall.”
“The workshop was interactive and engaging. I think the more open conversations, the better!”
Special rate for BCCT member companies who want to have this course delivered in-house. Contact BCCT for details.
Date: Tuesday 20th June 2023
Time: 9.00am - 5.30pm
Venue: Radisson Blu Plaza Bangkok, between Sukhumvit Soi 25-27 (BTS Asoke exit 6 or MRT Sukhumvit exit 2)
Cost: THB 5,000 net for BCCT member only. Price includes workshop material, coffee breaks and lunch.
About the Facilitator
Neil Stoneham is managing director of Voxtree – an international communications consultancy that helps professionals communicate powerfully and persuasively in the global marketplace.
He has coached professionals in a variety of sectors – from embassies and auditing firms to hospitality and energy companies – and counts Amazon, Mazars, BNP Paribas, Sumitomo and AXA among his recent clients.
Previously, Neil spent two years writing for the Bangkok Post and taught in two major international schools in Thailand.
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