Everyone has encountered the frustration and difficulty of getting people to hear and understand the truth. But the greatest workplaces have one thing in common; they speak the truth! And they do it without causing anger, resentment, or defensiveness. Unfortunately, a whopping 80-90% of people are reluctant, or struggle, to speak the truth.
The "Truth At Work" seminar is now here!
New York Times bestselling author Mark Murphy delivers the latest science and tools for calmly and rationally leading people to question their preconceptions, accept new information, and embrace even the toughest messages.

This program comes in two formats...
2-day program in which you master the science of delivering tough messages, OR
3-day program which includes a day of getting certified so you can teach this content to others

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OPTION 1: SEMINAR ONLY (2 DAYS)
This seminar is an intense 2-days that gives you the tools to become expert in the science of delivering tough messages. You'll learn...
  • How to deliver the toughest messages without causing defensiveness or anger
  • Create a culture of truth, candor, trust, resilience and accountability
  • How psychological phenomena like cognitive dissonance and the Dunning-Kruger effect cause people to deny or attack the truth
  • How Structured Listening helps you control volatile conversations
  • The 7 phrases that make people defensive
  • Manage the personalities who play politics or are passive-aggressive
  • Foster real teamwork, make smarter decisions, spark innovation, and solve problems more quickly
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OPTION 2: SEMINAR PLUS CERTIFICATION (3 DAYS)
Being certified in Truth At Work means that you can teach the training course to others in your organization. This means that you don’t have to hire outside trainers to come into your company to teach the science of delivering tough messages, you can own the training process yourself. And you can tell others (on your resume, LinkedIn, etc.) that you are Officially Certified to teach this content. This is a great way to enhance your career standing and personal reputation!

And you can teach the content however you want. Unlike other certification programs, you can teach 1-hour sessions on Truth At Work, or 2-hour sessions, or half-day, or full-day or two-day or whatever you want.

Also, you will never have to pay 'per-participant' fees to buy workbooks for the people in your trainings. This certification gives you total control over how to teach Truth At Work.
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