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CQI - Surrey & Sussex - Savvy Conversations®

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CQI - Surrey & Sussex - Savvy Conversations®

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Joining us for this event is Sarah Harvey Chartered FCIPD FInstLM. Sarah is a skilled and highly qualified leadership coach, experienced business consultant and accomplished trainer, facilitator and mediator. She is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) as well as Fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM), Member of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council and Student member of the British Psychological Society.

Effective conversations are the key to your personal and business success. Yes it is as simple and as difficult as that!

  • To get the best business results and at the same time maintain positive working relationships, you need to know how to have the right conversation, in the right way, at the right time. In other words, to have your own Savvy Conversations®.
  • Would you like to be more clued up and better prepared for your key discussions?
  • Would having the know-how to handle conversations brilliantly 'in the moment’ be helpful in your job?
  • If you can master the art of having open, honest and effective conversations with anyone, you could see far more success and harmony both at work and at home.

Sarah Harvey is the creator of the Savvy Conversations® concept and STREETCREDS® framework and her book “Savvy Conversations: A practical framework for effective workplace relationships” will be published in January 2020.

Sarah will share her CREDS Conversational Model, a simple yet impactful tool to help you as Quality Professionals reflect and evaluate whether your conversations are the best they could be.

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