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Wed, 10 May


Online Video Masterclass

FREE Masterclass: How To Transform Difficult Conversations In Early Childhood

Having the confidence to have difficult conversations is a critical skill for teachers, educational leaders, room leaders, and directors. Sarah Moore, certified in Conversational Intelligence, will share a process for transforming difficult conversations into an opportunity for growth.

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FREE Masterclass: How To Transform Difficult Conversations In Early Childhood

Time & Location

10 May, 10:30 am – 11:30 am AEST

Online Video Masterclass

About the event

In this FREE, one-hour interactive Masterclass: How to transform difficult conversations, Sarah Moore will share how teachers, educators, room leaders, ed leaders, directors and centre managers can build trust and strengthen their relationships whilst having difficult conversations. 

As an Early Childhood Professional, you know all too well that having difficult conversations is critical to ensuring the provision of high-quality early childhood. 

Yet you are all too familiar with that uncomfortable feeling that arises when you know you must have a difficult conversation with a team member or parent. That feeling of dread when your thoughts race, your mouth goes dry, and you struggle to find the right words!  

You are not alone; these feelings are normal because it's in these moments that your brain envisages that the conversation will be  "harmful to your relationship", and understandably this leads to feelings of uncertainty, self-doubt, self-questioning, stress and discomfort. 

So how do you overcome these feelings so you can confidently approach these conversations professionally and create the outcomes you aspire to create?

In this Masterclass, Sarah Moore, certified in Conversational Intelligence, will help you to understand why avoiding difficult conversations is a natural response and how you can prime yourself for difficult conversations that help you transform them into opportunities for growth. So you leave the masterclass with practical strategies that help you feel an increased sense of confidence in your leadership abilities.

"Be brave enough to start a conversation that matters." Dau Voire

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