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I found the theoretical stuff made it too difficult to work out exactly what I needed to do to be successful. I didn’t need theories; I wanted to know, in any situation, exactly what I needed to do and why it would make a positive difference.
On the other hand I found plenty of useful checklists and general advice, but nothing that really seemed to provide a clear, flexible framework I could implement straight away.
What I wanted were actionable tips and strategies that were underpinned by sound psychological theory and experiential evidence.
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A practical framework for effective workplace relationships
I want this book to help you become a better manager through improving each and every conversation you have.
I want to provide you with a helpful framework as you seek to lead and inspire others through the conversations you have with them.
This e-book is for anyone who wants to make the most of working from home
Whether you have chosen to work from home or the choice has been made for you, this e-book covers best home working practice and shares clear and practical advice from those who know what it takes to make home working, work well. Whether you are an employee working from home for the first time or a seasoned homeworker, The Ultimate A-Z of Home Working is a must-read.
Over 25,000 downloads to date…
“If you follow the advice and concepts given here, but do it by the book, you will escape the turgid performance management trap and discover the secrets of how to really unlock potential and unleash true talent.”—Steve Engwell
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If you’d like to help your team members reflect, analyse and discuss how they are working together, why not use our tried and tested cards to get the conversations started? The process of sorting the cards promotes a shared understanding of the specific attributes that are either contributing to or getting in the way of becoming a super-successful team.
We have developed the cards over a number of years to tease out the specific Strengths and Barriers that are holding teams back. They are suitable for use by internal or external facilitators and can be used with all types of groups, Leadership Teams or on a one-to-one basis as part of a coaching approach.
A fabulous way to promote positive team communications, encourage team relationships to flourish and strengthen the sense of shared purpose!
Use the cards to promote new ways of thinking. Get talking and be more collaborative. Encourage innovation. Inspire new solutions to old problems. Be a Savvy Team!
What our readers say…
Sarah Harvey stands for making things better in work and life through more deliberate conversations. By deliberate I mean focused, compassionate, thoughtful, modeled, planned, structured, fluid and all those opposites, linked, sequenced and random things that make up the world of conversations.
Not an easy feat, yet through Savvy Conversations, Sarah has her own craftful way to approach how we communicate, engage, influence, help and guide others. If you’re feeling like you don’t control the outcomes of enough of the conversations in your work and life, then this book will instantly give you acquired skill, confidence and tactics that tip that balance towards you.
Sarah Harvey has written a book that is a real workplace gem.
In the fast paced and often stressful world of communication overload, Sarah has shown us innovative skills and tools so that workplace issues and differences can be solved amicably at the right time and in the right way for employers and employees alike.
Who would not want to know how to diffuse conflicts swiftly and expertly? Give feedback that is both timely and sensitive? Have conversations that really engage and motivate employees? However this is a real skill and takes practice to really be effective.
Savvy Conversations is based on robust research and psychological theories and models which will ensure a culture free from psychological pitfalls. The use of Transactional Analysis and innovative communicative models and tools ensure we really understand how to manage people who may view things from a different perspective. We are introduced to key relational methods and processes to aid even the most challenging of conversations.
This is a must-read book for leaders in both the public and private sectors who are looking to ensure harmony and conflict free working environments.
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Just going to leave this here. I am taking a moment to really think about what this means for me and for the people I work with. Developing our emotional intelligence is a job for life. #emotionalintelligence #emotions #leadershipcoach #savvyconversations https://t.co/IgdQP8GCzGRead More
@EmilyPenny Oh yes that’s standard!! I’m surprised you weren’t shouting at him actually! 😂Read More
@EmilyPenny We’ve had numerous trades in and out of the house this year and they all (except electrician) put on radio as first job. I have learnt to sneak in when they’re not looking to turn it down a bit as always too loud. Asking them to turn it down (even savvily) doesn’t last! 🙄Read More