How to communicate effectively

Poor communication is often the underlying cause of disharmony, whether it is in your personal life or at work. Being heard is a common human need, yet we often struggle with this, which can lead to assumptions and huge misunderstandings.

If this is something you can identify with, then pay close attention. A “Communication, Counselling and Life Skills Course”, presented by holistic trainer, Marisa Wollheim, is set to take place at the Stepping Stone Hospice & Care Services’ Training Centre in New Market Park, starting in April 2016.

The course will run over 12 weeks, four hours per week, starting on Tuesday 05 April 2016. There will be an option for a morning (09-13:00) or evening (18:00 – 21:30) class, depending on demand.

Topics to be covered will include Self Awareness, Listening, Reflecting, Confrontation, Problem Solving and Attitude and Choice.

Cost is R1500 per person and payment options are available. Kindly contact Jane Garcia at Stepping Stone Hospice for further information and/or bookings: 087 997 0222; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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