Bridging the Confidence Gap & Effectively Managing Difficult Conversations

September 19, 2017, 18:00-21:00
Vistra, 20/F, Lee Garden One, 33 Hysan Ave.
Causeway Bay
Hong Kong SAR, China
Member Price: HKD 850
Non-Member Price: HKD 1200

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CanChamHK's Women's Network Presents: 

Bridging the Confidence Gap &  
Effectively Managing Difficult Conversations


About the Workshop

Evidence shows that confidence matters as much as competence. When people see you as confident, they assume you are competent.  How confident do you feel negotiating a raise? Giving a critical performance review? Or saying no to someone?  Difficult conversations have a significant economic and psychological impact on business and us. 

This is especially true for women in the workplace. We may be as ambitious as our male counterparts, however we may lack the confidence to make our voice heard or we may simply find it challenging to initiate a difficult conversation. Join us on September 19th and learn (from a female coach) how to make having a difficult conversation a productive one, that moves the relationship forward.
In this workshop you will:

  • Uncover typical triggers and situations where you personally feel nervous/less confident

  • Learn confidence boosting habits

  • Understand the impact of difficult conversations

  • What makes these conversations so tough to have? 

  • Tangible frameworks to plan and tools to make the dialogue a constructive one

  • Moving the relationship forward

About the Speaker:

Divya Ahluwalia
Communication Coach, Templar Advisors
Divya coaches across levels and sectors, her client resume includes leading financial services institutions - Goldman Sachs, HSBC, Citi, UBS, Standard Chartered Professional Services - Deacons, Accenture Luxury brands- Van Cleef and Arpels, DFS Galleria and Large Corporates - Thomson Reuters, Experian and Paypal. 
Divya is especially passionate about Women’s Leadership.  

Contact: janice.ip@cancham.org

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