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A sudden case of laryngitis

No one wants to be the bearer of bad news.

The upside of uncomfortable conversations 

Even though they dread them, managers usually see a good outcome.

"How do I even start...?"

Managers have to address inappropriate behavior, but it can be awkward.

Showing empathy

Balancing the needs of the team and the needs of the employee.

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Uncomfortable Conversations is fully interactive eLearning. The course preview shows how a learner would progress through the course. It does not include all the behavioral and knowledge-based questions. To demo the eLearning course in its entirety, please contact us.


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The course covers 3 topics in two sections:

  • Be Ready and Be Clear
  • Be Steady

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