Are COSTLY CONVERSATIONS Hurting Your Bottom Line?

Discover the Skills to
Achieve Organizational Results


Does your team feel safe to speak up, give honest opinions and propose the best ideas that truly matter to your organization’s competitiveness and performance?

Or is their silence causing failed projects, budget overruns, safety issues, low employee morale and other negative consequences for your organization?

Join us for to discover the skills needed to help you and your team SPEAK UP and hold crucial conversations effectively – the key to influence, job effectiveness and organizational success.

Based on more than 30 years of research, the award-winning Crucial Conversations training program provides the tools to prepare for high-stakes conversations, to transform anger and hurt feelings into powerful dialogue, and make it psychologically safe to talk about almost anything. The principles and skills will help you resolve disagreements, build acceptance rather than resistance, speak persuasively, not abrasively, foster teamwork and improve team effectiveness.


Crucial Conversations® Public Workshop

Tuesday 3 December 2019
9.30am to 6.30pm
Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management

Workshop Fee:
HKD6,500 per person
(for HKIHRM members: HKD5,000 per person)

Early bird discount of HKD500 will be given for registrations before 31 October 2019.
Each participant will receive a licensed training manual
and a certificate at the end of the workshop.


By the end of the program, you will be able to:

• Improve Dialogue and Engagement

Participants learn the dialogue skills demonstrated by top performers—skills that help you talk with anyone about anything to reach alignment and agreement on important matters.

• Create Behavior Change

These skills turn in to behaviors that improve decision making, commitment to action, productivity, and relationships.

• Build High-Performance Culture

Consistent behaviors lead to organizations, teams, and individuals developing high-performance cultures based on trust and respect.


To register, please contact (852) 2837 3812, email
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