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What's the big deal about Communication and Relationship Management training?

No matter what level or job role a person has within an organisation, clear and effective communication and an ability to maintain positive working relationships is the key to achieving success. There are many different tools and techniques that can be learnt and applied to enhance communication in different situations - and when these are used in tandem with healthy/appropriate levels of self-confidence, self-awareness, respect and sensitivity to the needs and interests of others, on-going relationships are enhanced and preserved.

Individuals wishing to improve their communication and relationship management skills are often interested in finding ways to:

      • Get their message across in ways that promote clearer understanding and that have greater impact
      • Communicate directly and honestly about issues, whilst avoiding upsetting, offending or provoking others
      • Develop and maintain more personal credibility and influence
Learning how to communicate more effectively and managing workplace relationships is not about becoming adept at manipulation, nor is it about taking more control, or demanding respect. It is about developing and applying a personal style of communication that is confident, consistent and appropriate to the situation/person. This will in turn help to promote healthy, honest and trusting relationships in which respect and influence are a natural outcome.
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Communication and Relationship Management Training

Would you or others in your team benefit from training in 'Communication and Relationship Management'?

As well as the information and advice availble from the internet and from reading books, there's huge additional benefit to be gained from the interaction, practical exercises and valuable feedback that face-to-face training and coaching gives. In relation to the category of Communication and Relationship Management, H2 offers:

Communication and Relationship Management Training

Open Courses

We offer a range of open courses within this category. They're held in Central London in convenient locations on a regular basis, and a place costs from just £270 +VAT per person for a 1-day course. Click on the "Open Courses" button above for more details.

Inhouse Courses

We can deliver any of our open course topics at your own premises or at a local venue of your choice. we charge a flat daily fee from £800 +VAT per day (from £700 +VAT for not-for profit organisations), for any number of attendees up to 12 people, dependent only on the location and the duration of the course. Click on the "In-house Courses" button above for more details.

Bespoke Courses

Our bespoke service involves us designing and delivering a tailored course to meet your more individual requirements. Following a short but effective pre-course consultation, we put together a course programme that reflects your specified priorities, and that includes exercises based on real-life case studies/scenarios. This helps us to ensure that the course stays focussed on the issues that are most important to you and your delegates. Click on the "Bespoke Training" button above for more details.

One-to-One Training

We offer all of our open course topics as 1:1 training. The cost is dependent upon the topic, location and duration and we offer discounts for two or more sessions. For example, the fees for our standard 1:1 training in Central London covering an open course topic (such as "Assertive Communication for Women") are £550 +VAT. Click on the "1:1 Training" title above for more details.

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