What if you had a tool to help you prepare and navigate through the next difficult conversation at work?

Check all that apply: 

  • You’re looking for a step-by-step process to prepare for the conversation.
  • You’re still trying to decide whether you should even have the conversation.
  • You don’t want to make matters worse
  • You want to have a way to appear calm and professional.
  • You want to keep the conversation on track, and have a consistent way to keep track of what is discussed.
  • You feel like you need to start taking some action. Even it doesn’t work, you want to reclaim some of your power.
  • You’re ready to get started – even if you are already working on your plan B or your exit strategy.

If  you answered YES to any or all of the above, I’ve got a  bulletin for you. You can finally start some action and making an impact.

This is a specially designed-designed multiple-page resource that some of the issues that you may be experienced and provides you actionable steps in an organized format.

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Difficult Conversations with Coworkers

Stay on track, and plan your strategy for the next conversation.  Check it out here

This is going to help you plan the next difficult workplace conversation – whether with your coworker or your boss.

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Difficult Conversations with Your Boss

Is every meeting with your manager calm, civil and productive? Maybe a little preparation would help.

It’s a tool for those looking for a practical and easy to implement guide to take them through the process of preparing their strategy and articulating not only the issues, but the desired outcome.

My philosophy is when you plan the conversation, or create the conversational roadmap for the next encounter, you improve the potential outcome and a bigger impact. You get closer to your conversational goals and move your workplace relationships in a different direction.