Communication in Uncertain Times
LEARN TO BUILD TRUST EVEN DURING TIMES OF UNCERTAINTY
Monday March 23, 2020
As Early Childhood Leaders you are leading through unprecedented change which is moving people into uncertainty.
When we are communicating from a space of uncertainty, people see their reality through threats and fear and close down. They reveal less, expect more, assume the worst, look with caution, interpret with fear and tend to be reactive.
Luckily, with the help of neuroscience based communication skills we are able to learn skills to move people from a place of protect, build trust and reduce uncertainty, so people can communicate with more ease and higher levels of trust.
In this webinar, Early Education Leadership, Speaker and Coach Sarah Moore will share what uncertainty does to the brain and provide some tips to use when communicating with teams, families and wider community.
You'll learn how to:
Understand what gets in the way of good communication when we feel uncertain
Gain insights into how our behaviour looks when we feel uncertain & uncertain
Learn how to use intentional emotions to help others feel safe
Get strategies to use to create conversational spaces that build connection and reduce stress.
Sign up now and please arrive on time. If you can't make the time don't worry we'll send you are recording as soon as it's available.
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ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Sarah Moore, Speaker & Leadership Coach
Sarah is a Speaker, Leadership Coach and facilitator, with over 18 years experience working in the not-for-profit sector both in Australia and in the UK. She is passionate about inspiring, motivating and engaging Early Childhood Leaders.