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Andrew Hennigan is a Lecturer, Speaker Coach and Writer, delivering lectures, workshops, training and one-to-one coaching about speaking, writing, networking, influencing, reputation, social media, digital marketing, culture & innovation.

 

A business school & university guest lecturer, freelance journalist and ghost writer, he is also author of the book Payforward Networking. As a speaker coach and mentor he focuses on people who need to deliver quality but who have limited time. He is also a Board Member, Speaker Team Lead and Speaker Coach at TEDxStockholm.

 

Are you looking for a compelling speaker for your event or want one-to-one coaching to master the art of speaking? Searching for effective and interesting communication training? Do you need an experienced writer for articles, blogs, speeches, your next book? Give me a call or send me an email.

 

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Conflict-Free Messaging: Reduce and avoid conflicts to boost productivity and wellbeing

In every organization, project or community, the reliance on written messages can lead to conflicts that impact both productivity and wellbeing.By adopting easy-to-learn strategies, anyone can reduce or avoid these conflicts, minimizing their impact, smoothing interactione and reducing stress. Mastering these techniques borrowed from the world of diplomacy will make your messages less likely to provoke negative reactions and help you to deal with incoming messages that appear to be hostile.

"Conflict-Free Messaging" can be packaged as a short talk, a more in-depth lecture or as a one-to-one ongoing coaching experience, either face-to-face or through video call. Email  speaker@andrewhennigan.com or call me on +46 73 089 44 75 for more details!

 

 

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