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Communication Strategies

Communicating means "pooling" in order to co-create with other human beings and generate value.

Companies that invest in an interpersonal way are very focused on the ability of their managers and employees to relate effectively and strategically in order to increase production and performance.

Using communication strategies means first and foremost understanding the elements of communication, including the functioning of reasoning, the nervous system, as well as emotions. Neuroscience today emphasises that communication is not just a mental process, it is also a physiological process: words move emotions and behaviours, and are able to transform.

This course allows for the development of awareness of relational dynamics, and the use of communication to create well-being and success in social organisations and systems, and to increase reasoning skills.

This is a course designed for companies: entrepreneurs, managers and directors, work teams, consultants.

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