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Communication Styles

Want to learn a more effective way of working with your team? Strong communication underpins effective teams and your communication style comes through whether or not you are aware of it. The style you use most often is called your dominant style. Our Communication Styles Survey gives you real insight into your Communication Style in both a relaxed and pressured environment. We will show you your dominant style and how you like to be communicated with, but importantly how ‘opposite’ types like to be communicated with. Armed with this your effectiveness in the team will grow substantially. See sample report.

Learn more about the different communication styles in our Podcasts section.

Our Values

5. Respect

We earn respect every day from the many healthcare professionals we train – and that is very rewarding for our entire team, but we respect the roles each of you play and respect the many challenges you deal with in your working lives.

Learn about the 5 Values which underpin our working practices

FREE lunch
and learn

Learn how to improve your team’s communication styles. It’s great fun, we bring lunch for everyone and in 45 minutes your team will learn how to work more effectively and how to support each other when you’re under pressure.

To book your lunch & learn session email jenny@inspirechange.com

nhs

“…their professionalism, good humour & overall approach were exemplary & we have no hesitation in recommending them to other organisations as partners where the quality of service delivery is crucial.””

Benjamyn H Damazer JP, Head of Commissioning, NHS Shared Business Services

 

 

This
month's tip:

You Are Not Making A Stew!

 

What Do Delegates Think?

"Superb course, probably the best I’ve been on in my 12 years as a doctor."

Tim de Klerk - Specialist Trainee, Manchester Royal Eye Hospital

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