The Neuroscience of Conversation with Silvia de Ridder
Communication is key to our interactions - professionally as well as personally. Each of us speaks an average of over 10,000 words per day. Just how many make a difference in a positive way? Research shows that that 9 out of 10 conversations miss the mark.
Advances in neuroscience are providing us with information as to what is going on when we communicate. What we now know is that conversations are not just about words but included is a hidden language of trust and that conversations trigger neurochemical reactions that positively or negatively impact on relationships.
The Neuroscience of Conversations gives us insight into:
Who should attend?
• Anyone interested in developing their skills and ability for better conversations and relationships
What will you learn?
• The impact of conversations on the brains
• The impact of conversations on trust vs distrust
• Sources of threat
• What opens or closes engagement in conversations
• The 3 levels of conversations
• The 5 conversational blind spots
• How to Develop Conversational Agility
Bringing a mobile phone is recommended. Plan to arrive at least 15 minutes early so that the class can start on time.
PDU Hours: 3
Provider No: C115
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|Event Date||05-03-2019 5:30 pm|
|Event End Date||05-03-2019 9:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||01-01-2019|
|Cut off date||28-02-2019|
|Individual Price||Prices start from $150|
|Speaker||Silvia de Ridder|
|Location||Paxus - CBD Offices|