transforming critical objections

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most people don't know how to be comfortable with objections, and 'less desirable items to communicate' within themselves or outside of themselves. 

Developing leadership means adding processes to reduce friction within and without, and handling objections is critical to that process.

One Voice Empowerment client used this method to transform the teaching team at one of Canada’s top business schools, and enhanced the effectiveness of meetings significantly.

People often don't express what is really under the surface for themselves about a particular issue at work, and it nags under the surface, or pops up in less ideal ways. It sometimes shows up as plodding through a piece of work on one's own, rather than being energized by the task. Sometimes it shows up as meetings that drag. Unspoken inner objections, or lack of communicated vision often impedes teams and individuals.

Inner objections refer to a vast array of thoughts - some very minor and some more complex. Objections impede effective focus, the same way that a computer with too much on it's hard drive doesn't function at top speed.

Developing perceptive leadership, and understanding where subtle objections show up in body language. Body Language is a core expression of objections, resistance, and disinterest in a particular issue. Body Language also shifts to a very open, upbeat expression when the objections are resolved.  

How does it work?

  • Creating PERMISSIONS based communication
  • Understanding your core personal theme, content themes
  • Objections are not a problem
  • Unspoken objections as gateways to connectivity & energy
  • 3 step process to effective leadership
  • Learning to identify YES / NO Body Language cues
  • Self-diagnostic tools, including video feedback and assessment
  • Team-feedback tools
  • Optional private or team coaching