5 Steps To Becoming A ‘Speak Up’ Skills Expert [Free Webinar]


Join us on 23rd April and find out how to become a tough conversation expert. This complimentary webinar will cover our training across 35 countries globally, based upon 30+ years of research. 

When: April 23rd at 12 pm AEST

Crucial Conversations teaches you the skills to deal with the toughest conversations and hold others accountable. This webinar will help you become a leader who speaks up with confidence by using the 3 steps to become a tough conversation expert. The foundational skills taught will help you to build higher performance and a strong culture of accountability. By following the Crucial Conversation framework you'll be able to speak to almost anyone about almost anything. 

What's the benefit of attending?

We’ll take a deep look at:

  • The communication skills to use under pressure
  • Creating a safe space to speak candidly and comfortably
  • Learn and implement a globally proven framework
  • Get the tough conversation 'toolkit' that you will use everyday
  • Teach your leaders/managers how to effectively hold each other accountable
  • Master performance management discussions
  • Maintain strong relationships even whilst dealing with tough issues

Meet Our Speaker

Geoff Flemming

General Manager, VitalSmarts Australia/New Zealand

Geoff and his team are currently helping organisations in every industry - including government and healthcare - to improve their performances through sustainable behaviour changes and critical cultural shifts. 

Geoff brings more than twenty years of experience in leadership development and performance improvement to the VitalSmarts global team. Specialising in building high performing leaders, Geoff and the VSANZ team help individuals, teams and organisations increase their effectiveness and generate great bottom line results. 

Geoff is a Master Certified Trainer in Crucial Conversations and a Certified Trainer in Crucial Accountability and Influencer Training.


This webinar begins on April 23rd at 12:00 pm, in...  


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