Have you ever given advice and gotten back "shut up" or "who asked you?" Or made a suggestion and gotten back resentment instead of gratitude?
Would your life be better if people LIKED what you had to say and the way you say it?
I have experienced all this up close. I have given people advice, intending to be helpful, and seen how it resulted in failed conversations and ruptured relationships. I have also received advice that I didn't want and felt resentful about it. I have seen my relationships with people suffer because of how advice was given.
Bernard Uzi Weingarten is an expert in the areas of relationships and of interpersonal communication. I have consulted with him and he is the real deal. I asked him to offer his wisdom and insight to my friends and colleagues.
You are invited to a tele-class on How To Give Advice And Get Back Gratitude Not Attitude. Come to one session as my guest, and continue if it gives you value.
You will learn:
· 5 skills for giving good advice effectively:
1. Listen First, Listen Well
2. Ask or Have
3. Offer Without Insisting
4. Honor Your Limitations
5. Make Sure It’s a Fit
· 2 key mistakes to avoid:
1. Autobiographical Responding
2. Disrespecting the Other
· Underlying approach that creates really good communication
As a result of this course you will give less advice, and the advice you give will be better received, whether or not people actually do as you suggest.
Come to the first session as my guest and see if it is right for you.
If you do not receive exceptional value from this course, your tuition will be refunded.
For questions, contact Bernard Uzi at: [masked] or at[masked] 6139.