Are you a good listener? How to make sure you are not missing the cues and vital information our clients are sharing. Listening is one of the most important skills you can have. How well you listen has a major impact on your job effectiveness, and on the quality of your relationships with others. This workshop will explore different types of listening, when and how to use them most effectively. It will cover a variety of practical exercises to allow you to hone and enhance your own listening skills to build better relationships, understand your clients and groups needs and aspirations and get more success from the sessions you offer.
About the workshop provider:
Dean 'Sid' Sinfield
Sid has worked in the outdoors for 29 years. During this time he’s coached, instructed, taught and lead in a wide range of settings. Currently, he is a senior instructor at Plas y Brenin where he leads on Teaching and Learning across the centre’s provision. He holds the MIA, Winter ML and IML awards as well as numerous British Canoeing Coaching awards. He has an MSc in Performance Coaching and is currently studying for a D.Prof in Elite Performance. Whilst enjoying academic pursuits his primary interest is in bring this knowledge to improve practical applications in the mountains, on the rocks and on the water.