We communicate constantly, verbally and non-verbally.
Verbal communication includes language, words, sentences and voice as the medium of communication. Non-verbal communication is the conveyance of messages or signals through nonverbal behavior such as eye contact, facial expressions, gestures, posture, distance between two people and general so-called body language.
During this online workshop you will:
- Discover how you currently communicate
- Understand how your communication affects your behavior
- Understand how your communication affects others
- Become aware of your tone-of-voice
- Experience the power of communication
- Become aware of ‘missed’ communication and how you can avoid it
You will gain greater insight into the way you communicate, and how you can improve the process for better results
Who should attend?
This interactive, experiential workshop is suitable for any NDIS participant wanting to improve their communication skills.
As communication also includes the way we talk to ourselves, people with mental health challenges (depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, self-harm, etc), will also benefit by learning how to change their internal dialogue for better understanding and better outcomes!