Communicating consistently well is one of the single most important skills in the toolkit of any executive. Say something in one way with the wrong intent and improper framing and people shut-down or become defensive; approach the communication with know-how and finesse and the outcome is far more successful.
One of the main drivers of an individual’s communication style is their ego strength. Ego is the Latin word for “self”. Our sense of our self – what we believe about our self – predicts our behavior while communicating with others, either one-on-one or in a group.
Based in neuroscience, Ego and Impact helps participants examine themselves and others to understand their ego strength. They learn how to navigate difficult relationships and to bring strength to conversations and presentations.
- Gain self-awareness into what impacts we bring into an interaction.
- Learn how our beliefs about ourselves predict our behavior.
- Find out why some relationships feel very difficult and what to do about them.
- Find out how the persuasion model works with defensive people.
- Learn and practice Active-Constructive Responding for better communication.
- Learn how to offer feedback that is heard and acted upon.