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Communication Styles that Work

Invest in your team’s confidence and empowerment

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Your team wants to be heard, but sometimes the way you listen to your colleagues is not resonating with their needs. Learn here about communication styles to suit all communication preferences!
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This book is all about communication and thinking styles, so you learn to have conversations with your team that are impactful and more meaningful. Find out how to recognise your conversation partner's preferred communication style, so they feel heard and you get the results you want. Learn to alter your style, as well as the way you listen and talk!

About the Author

The author is Einav Avni, a Confidence and Empowerment Coach, working with men and women (private and corporate) to identify what is holding them back from having the extraordinary lives they were meant to live.
By getting her clients to recognise what conversations they are having in their own minds to keep their ‘problems’ alive, they are able to dissociate from their current self image which is often confused and fearful, to one that is empowered, limitless and unstoppable!

  1. The power of language
  2. Communication Styles
  3. The mighty power of our internal conversation
  4. The learning model
  5. Summary
  • References

About the Author

Einav Avni

Einav Avni is a Confidence and Empowerment Coach working with individuals and teams on understanding their negative voice and limiting beliefs that are holding them back from having the life and career they wish for. Einav is interested in how an impatient workplace is affecting our lack of confidence and therefore, our performance as we navigate an environment that is frustrating and less than optimal. Before training as a couch Einav was a User Experience Designer, where she got to experience first-hand what happens when teams fail to invest in their people’s confidence and empowerment.