Subs Are Learning How to Engage In and Excel at Difficult Conversations with New FASA Video
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FOR RELEASE, Sept. 29, 2017
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Subcontractors Are Learning How to Engage In and Excel at Difficult Conversations with New FASA Video-on-Demand
ALEXANDRIA, Va.—Construction subcontractors, specialty trade contractors and suppliers face difficult conversations, on a weekly, if not daily, basis. Their ability to engage in difficult conversations with customers, potential clients, project partners, employees, direct reports, and bosses can have a massive impact on their business.
In a new video-on-demand available from the Foundation of the American Subcontractors Association, “How to Have a Multi-Million Dollar Impact by Asking ‘One More Question’,” professional leadership coach and trainer Eric Anderton shares his seven principles of having difficult conversations, including “asking one more question.” In the webinar, Anderton covers:
- How to have a coaching conversation.
- How to prepare for an individual confrontation.
- How to prepare for a team discussion.
- How to prepare for a one-to-one review.
“Once you learn to excel at these conversations, you will enjoy profit, growth and long-term stability,” Anderton says.
“How to Have a Multi-Million Dollar Impact by Asking ‘One More Question’” (Item #8113) is $65 for ASA members and $95 for nonmembers. This and other on-demand videos are available through FASA’s Contractors’ Knowledge Depot.
FASA was established in 1987 as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt entity to support research, education and public awareness. Through its Contractors’ Knowledge Network, FASA is committed to forging and exploring the critical issues shaping subcontractors and specialty trade contractors in the construction industry. FASA provides subcontractors and specialty trade contractors with the tools, techniques, practices, attitude and confidence they need to thrive and excel in the construction industry.