27.01.2022 – 12:24
Author Nicole Staudinger
Words have the power to change the world. They can express love, give comfort and motivate you to surpass yourself. Again and again, however, they have to be used correctly when bad news is being delivered or unpleasant conversations are being held. But do we actually know how to resolve conflicts verbally? In her new book “Easily said! How we get across what shouldn’t come across wrong” the experienced trainer and quick-wittedness queen Nicole Staudinger analyzes everyday situations, points out pitfalls and provides a very concrete guide for difficult conversations of all kinds. The aim is to take away the fear of seemingly difficult conversations in the future. Whether it’s a conversation with your partner, a conflict with family or colleagues, the best-selling author has your back without handing out advice. Because you can say anything in the right tone. In the wrong nothing.
“Easy to say” thinks quick-wittedness further
Nicole Staudinger, known as the “queen of quick-wittedness”, is Germany’s most successful trainer when it comes to quick-wittedness. The Cologne native is in demand when companies want to strengthen their quick-wittedness and prepare them for dealing with crises. Her definition of quick-wittedness: “Who do I actually allow to steal valuable life time through trouble” stems from her early breast cancer illness, which she went through shortly after founding the company at the age of only 32.
After years of experience, six bestsellers and her own TV show, her new book will be published on February 1, 2022. In her book “Easily said! How we get across what shouldn’t come across wrong” she thinks quick-wittedly further. “Repartee saves the situation – but not the conflict,” says Staudinger herself about her new work. “Of course we can regain our sovereignty with the two-syllable answer, but the deep conflict requires more.”
“In my experience, good communication needs a certain basis, and here it makes little difference whether we are talking to our children, colleagues, the boss or even a highly sensitive doctor-patient conversation. “
Staudinger has worked out eight basic points for this in the usual entertaining way, which will make it easier for all of us to get together.
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