VIDEO: Having Difficult Conversations
Linked below is a video from Skills for Care, facilitated by ACAS, that discusses the art of having difficult conversations. Having difficult conversations with staff/service users is a key part of a care worker, management or leadership role, and this webinar offers guidance on preparing for and conducting difficult conversations in a positive and supportive manner.
Key points covered in the webinar:
- What are difficult conversations?
- Why do we need to have them?
- Difficult conversations about social media.
- Difficult conversations caused by COVID-19.
The need to have difficult conversations is most probably relevant more now than ever, in the current climate with the COVID-19 pandemic you may find yourself needing to have difficult conversations to deal with for example; personal/emotional problems, to manage objections to COVID-related restrictions/rules and many more.
We really hope this is something you find useful and is something you can share with your colleagues.
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