How to Talk to People About Things

Want to learn how to talk about what matters? How to Talk to People About Things is a six-week course designed to help you learn how to communicate better, resolve differences with others, and improve your skills at talking about tough issues. The class uses tools and teaching methods designed at Harvard Law School's Program on Negotiation. 

To learn more about the class, visit the How to Talk to People About Things website

About the instructor:

Misha Glouberman teaches negotiation and communication skills, runs meetings and conferences for organizations, and hosts live events. He has taught How to Talk to People About Things to hundreds of people and dozens of organizations. He is the host of Trampoline Hall, a well-known Toronto barroom lecture series, and is the co-author, along with Sheila Heti, of the book The Chairs Are Where the People Go, named by the New Yorker as one of the top nonfiction books of 2011.

For more information about the class, click here.

To read what past participants are saying about the course, click here.

Discovery Category: Training (e.g. workshops, courses, etc.)
Start Date: Apr 24, 2019
End Date: May 29, 2019
Format: In-Person
Venue Name: Ontario Heritage Centre
Address: 10 Adelaide St E, Toronto, ON M5C 1J3
Cost: $1000
Provider: Misha Glouberman
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How to Register:

To register the course, you need to do both of the following:
  1. Complete the online pre-class questionnaire. (here)
  2. Pay the course registration fee of $1000 + HST through Eventbrite. (here)
Please note: this class usually sells out long before the starting date.

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