Resources to help you deal with difficult interactions

I sent this information as a mailer to my clients and contacts recently and the feedback was really positive. Some suggested I should publish it as a blog post so that it could be seen by more people. So here is an article on resources to help you deal with Read More

By |2021-04-01T17:04:06+01:00February 12, 2021|

Soft skills – Dealing with difficult conversations

We all have to spend time dealing with difficult conversations. Conflict is a natural part of all relationships at home and at work. I’ve written before about the sources of difference and provided ideas on how to deal with “difficult” people and situations. And there are short videos on two Read More

By |2020-09-30T09:31:51+01:00September 30, 2020|

Business relationships – How the parent, adult, child (PAC) model helps with difficult interactions (Video)

This short (7 minutes) video introduces Transactional Analysis (TA). Business relationships – How the parent, adult, child (PAC) model helps with difficult interactions. (Video script) Hi, I’m Kim Tasso I’d like to share with you today a psychology concept to help you deal with difficult interactions – both in business Read More

By |2021-03-31T15:38:44+01:00September 4, 2020|

Be more confident and convey confidence

Confidence arises as an issue in many workshops – whether junior or senior people, whether fee-earners or marketing professionals, whether making a pitch or speaking in public. Confidence and self-confidence are covered in my latest book “Better Business Relationships” http://kimtasso.com/publications/better-business-relationships/. In this post, I have summarised some tips to be Read More

By |2019-06-03T09:17:55+01:00June 3, 2019|

Getting what you want and how to say “No” – Assertiveness skills

In many of the courses I run for the Professional Marketing Forum http://www.pmforum.co.uk/training.aspx, the topic of assertiveness arises. Sometimes this relates to people needing the confidence to speak up and share ideas or to challenge requests. Often it relates to finding ways to decline or modify inappropriate requests – how Read More

By |2017-03-15T10:10:31+00:00March 15, 2017|
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