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Recommended Training programmes for interpersonal skills


I am looking for recommendations of suppliers/courses of interpersonal skills training.

The specific areas I wish to improve are handling anger at work & positive body language. Promoting a positive image and advanced assertiveness.

The delegates deal with staff ranging from team managers, senior management to directors.

Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance

Lisa Young

4 Responses

  1. Recommendation
    Dear Lisa

    I can recommend the Coaching and Communications Centre and Fiona Eldridge. She works with a range of clients at a range of levels and has achieved some stunning results.

    She’s on 020 8374 2877, or [email protected]


  2. Body Language
    I can recommend Sandra Miller. She is A RADA Actor who does some very powerful business courses in presentation skills, Making an Impact, Body Language, Interview skills etc.

    Contact her on:-
    Sandra Miller [email protected]

  3. Recommendations: Conflict Management Skills
    Hello Lisa

    I can recommend my company: Blueprint Intelligence (

    We specialise in providing development training for achievement oriented professionals such as cited in your email.

    We have an amalgam of courses specifically targeted to the development of interpersonal skills and in the case such as you have cited can recommend the course titled as ‘Conflict Management Skills’.

    What makes this course the most relevant for you (based on your initial qualification) are the following;

    – Attendees will gain a new perspective on conflict;

    o Recognising that your personality and attitude are contributory to the outcomes of disagreements

    o How to negotiate win-wins as part of conflict resolutions for all concerned so that no one person faces embarrassment or feels they have been walked on

    – Attendees will learn the importance of valid and positive feedback; how to give it and how to be a recipient of it yourself

    o How to render feedback that is non-accusatory and stimulates the desire to repeat and improve positive behaviour

    o When negative feedback is not welcome and when to keep quiet

    o How to draw the line between valid negative feedback and critical feedback

    – You will learn to control your anger and emotions and how to deal with the explosion of anger and emotions of others

    o How to tell people what you are feeling in a coherent manner without blaming them

    o How to let off steam without reaching boiling point

    o How to keep your anger in check and not succumb to your temper flaring off and giving the wrong impression.

    As you have mentioned that the areas that you wish to improve are handling anger at work and positive body language,promoting a positive image and advanced assertiveness and I feel that this course is a one stop shop for you.

    Please give me a call on 0845 0569747 and let me know if you are interested in finding out more information.

    Kind Regards

    Sandra-Walberta Powers

  4. Thinking People Interpersonal Skills Trainers
    VSO has used the services of Thinking People on several occasions, particularly for UK cultural briefing of professionals working in the field of volunteering or education who are coming to this country for work placements. We as well as the participants have found their training useful and appropriate for people visiting the UK. What’s more, they have a very good understanding of global issues and are willing to be flexible in tailoring training to each new audience.
    (contact Jo or Kathryn at [email protected] tel:07977 117464)


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