HOW TO TALK TO PEOPLE ABOUT THINGS
Courses in Negotiation & Communication
taught by Misha Glouberman
(of Trampoline Hall, Terrible Noises for Beautiful People,
The Chairs Are Where the People Go)


Next series of classes starts in Toronto in May 2014
The next series of the class starts May 7 at Artscape Youngplace in Toronto. Click here for details.

 

About These Classes

Learn more about the class, and about Misha.

Read comments
from past participants in the class.

Read about the class in the Grid and the Toronto Standard and the Toronto Globe and Mail. The class has also been featured on CBC Radio on Here and Now , How to Do it and on a Wiretap episode that's also written up in the National Post.

 

See Misha in Conversation with Douglas Stone: April 6, 2014, in Toronto SOLD OUT

Douglas Stone teaches at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School. He is co-author of Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most, a New York Times business bestseller co-authored with Sheila Heen and Bruce Patton. The book has become a classic on how to talk about important and challenging issues with the people around you at work and at home. Doug and Sheila's new book Thanks for the Feedback uses the same approach to look at how we can learn from the feedback others give us, and at what makes that so hard to do. Both books mix clarity, years of research, and a good dose of humour.

Doug will be in Toronto on Sunday, April 6, and will be appearing at the Drake Hotel with Misha, who will be talking with him about his work. More information about the event.

NOTE THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT

 

 

 

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