Do you ever feel like everyone at a staff meeting is speaking a different language? Do you have a co-worker who, for whatever reason, you just cannot stand? Are you frustrated by a colleague’s apparent inability to meet deadlines? Virtually all conflicts in the workplace boil down to an issue of miscommunication. People tend to communicate in the way that is most adequate to them, without realising that others might understand what they say differently. This training is open to all employees and managers, and is designed to help individuals understand themselves better, and how they and others perceive the world and make decisions, resulting in more effective communication and work.

Place: Brussels, Belgium
Date: 8th December 2011, from 9:00 to 17:30
Venue: Mundo-B, Aquarium room, Rue d'Edimbourg 26, 1050 Brussels
Organiser: inProgress
Fee: 250 Euro (+21% VAT). Rates include official training materials, coffee breaks and lunches, as well as a subscription to our online forum, where you will find direct follow-up support from our team of trainers and other participants.
Special discount: A discount of 15% will be granted to participants who also subscribe to our training “Management Skills Part II: managing your people” held on 9th December, 2011.
To register: send an email to The course will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis up to a maximum of 10 participants. Please register as soon as possible to ensure a space in the training.

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There will be a follow-up training on the following day (the 9th December) for those wishing to deepen on the Project Management: Management Skills for NGOs, Part II: Managing Your Team ( There are still free spots!


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