HardTalk™ In The Press
Dawn Metcalfe is an executive coach, facilitator, trainer, leadership advisor, and author of two books, Managing the Matrix and The HardTalk™ Handbook and talks to Equity to share insight into what she does, why she does it and where she came from.
Dawn Metcalfe, Author of The HardTalk Handbook talks us through how to succeed in the work place.
The problem is that, in a HardTalk scenario, we often behave in a way almost guaranteed to achieve any purpose, other than the one we want.
Have you ever dreaded a difficult conversation that you weren’t sure how to handle? Did you then make a mess of the conversation, or decide it wasn’t worth having? That’s what Dawn Metcalfe’s book HardTalk is all about.
Making a will is often a sensitive topic that people avoid. Dawn Metcalfe, Dubai-based trainer and coach working with DIFC Wills Service Centre tells you how to move forward with his list of the top five reasons why people avoid making such big decisions — such as writing a will. Here’s how to stop procrastinating, be confident in the conversation and move forward.
Dubai-based trainer, speaker and coach Dawn Metcalfe today launches her second book, The HardTalk™ Handbook. While the theme is universal, the methodology within the book and accompanying programme was inspired by Dawn’s experiences of living and working in the UAE, an economy rich in diversity.
Dubai-based trainer, speaker and coach Dawn Metcalfe today launches her second book, The HardTalk™ Handbook, pegged as the definitive guide to having the difficult conversations that make a difference.
Most people do not have difficult conversations because they do not enjoy them. Instead, they silence themselves until they cannot contain their feelings, at which point they speak up ineffectively. Executive coach and author of The HardTalk Handbook, Dawn Metcalfe, tells us how to have difficult conversations in an easier and more effective manner.
Rejection sucks. No matter how humble we are, it still hurts to be told we’re not right in some way. It can be saying goodbye to someone you love, not getting the dream job, or being told your fabulous idea won’t work; it doesn’t matter, rejection sucks.
I’ve asked myself what the best people have in common. Why do they succeed where others fail?