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Surviving Difficult Conversations

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Name: Surviving Difficult Conversations
Date: April 18, 2017
Time: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM CDT
Event Description:
Sooner or later we need to have a conversation with someone that we will find difficult and challenging. If just thinking about this conversation gets your heart racing, this workshop is for you. During this highly interactive session, you will learn insights and tools for approaching this challenging conversation with confidence and composure. When emotions run high and there is a lot on the line, you want to be to able guide this conversation toward a productive end. Attend this seminar to learn powerful tips for turning these challenging conversations into satisfying ones.
Location:
Grainger Hall, UW-Madison 975 University Avenue Madison, WI 53706
Contact Information:
WI Business Answerline sbdcanswerline@bus.wisc.edu 608-263-7680 WI SBDC UW-Madison
Fees/Admission:
$259
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