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Fri, 31 Jul

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Online event via Zoom

Speak Clearly Carers

How to make an impact to get your message across to professionals is a constant challenge as carers. In this online workshop we will learn some top tips in language, rapport building and assertiveness. Led by Nick Llewellyn, theatre director and NLP trainer

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Speak Clearly Carers
Speak Clearly Carers

Time & Location

31 Jul 2020, 11:00 – 12:30

Online event via Zoom

About the Event

Have you ever wanted to speak to professionals more clearly, with power, authenticity and passion?

We all have been there with doctors, social workers, SENCOs, psychologists, supported living homes, respite, etc and we just can't seem to get our point across. Or the professional doesn't seem to be listening or they're just too busy to take any notice.

In this online workshop we will explore:

- what stops us from speaking our truth?

- we will explore Neuro Linghustic Programming (NLP) to learn how verbal and non verbal signs help us to get our message across

- look at the art of rapport building

- explore the language of influence and language that repels

- learn some assertiveness and negotiation techniques

During this Covid-19 pandemic time, now more than ever we will have limited time with professionals to get a positive solution for our loved ones. We hope this online workshop will empower you with tools to use that limited time effectively.

Please just turn up with a pen and paper and an open mind!

The workshop is Pay What You Can. We suggest a minimum donation of £6 which can be paid via the GoFundMe link below.

All proceeds will go towards ending Nick's sister's 13 year lockdown for urgent neurosurgery in the USA.

You can find out more information and donate here:

https://www.gofundme.com/f/urgentsurgeries4lisa

If you are unable to donate but would still like to attend please get in contact with our team at hello@notacareintheworld.co.uk.

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