SEVEN Communication Sins


        SEVEN Communication Sins

What’s Unique?   

“I’m among the nicest 50% of population” voted by 98% of people in a research by Goldsmiths University of London. If that’s so true, then who are the other evil 50% of population? Isn’t it time to open your eyes to who you really are and what you subconsciously do? Isn’t it time to confess that we all commit communication sins and have victims, which consistently ruins our relationships?

Join LOGIC’s communication skills course –SEVEN to find out the seven communication sins and to explore the cost we pay for committing these sins and how to transform them into the SEVEN Skills that form lasting relationships inside and outside the workplace


Key Learnings

In 2extensive days,you will learn how to:
• Understand different personality types
• Handle your automatic thoughts and assumptions
• Speak so that others listen
• Manage conflicts when stakes are high
• Listen empathetically
• Trust and develop trust
• Give constructive feedback and be open to receive criticism

Program Content

1. The Human Moment

The developing mind
• Why relationships are important?
• MIT and Pixar Case Studies

Program Content
           Sin #1 - Mistrust
          From Mistrust to Trust

·         Trust economics

·         The decision to trust

·         Building relationships

·         ABCD model to develop trust


*ABCD Assessment included

Sin #2 – Conflict

From Conflict to Collaborating


·         Managing an aggressive conversation

·         Conflict handling process

·         Thomas Kilmann conflict model

·         DISC profiles

·         Handling different types


*DISC Assessment included



Sin #3 – Misperception

From Misperception to Validating


·         How perceptions are formed?

·         Thinking preferences

·         Validate your perceptions


Sin #4 – Deafness

From Deafness to Listening


·         Why listening first?

·         Levels of listening

·         Barriers to listening

·         How to listen emphatically


*Listening Skills Assessment included

LOGIC Methodology:

                   I - KNOWLEDGE

The Seven Skills


On the other side of the SEVEN deadly COMMUNICATION SINS lays the SEVEN effective COMMUNICATION SKILLS that ensure healthier relationships and accordingly a healthier mind.


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LOGIC Methodology:

                 III – APPLICATION

Games and Activities


In an extremely interactive environment, you will go through numerous games and role plays in which you will pinpoint your own subconscious thoughts, emotions and reactions and determine your area of improvement needed for a better communication.





Program Content

2. The SEVEN Communication Sins


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Program Content
           Sin #5 – Ambiguity
       From Ambiguity to Speaking
3D of a person
Ideas marketing model
            Sin #6 – Blame
         From Blame to Giving Feedback
•       What distinguishes Feedback from Blame?
       TheVicious Cycle of Blame
          Sin #7 – Defensiveness
      From Defensiveness to Handling
     Why do we do when we receive
        feedback? - Defense mechanisms
       Handlingcriticism process
 LOGIC Methodology:



Personality Profiles


Because understanding others starts with understanding yourself, this course is profoundly designed to raise your self-awareness towards your subconscious motives that shape your behavior in dealing with others. It also starts, at the beginning, with the DISC Personality Profile Analysis, which enables you, not only to understand your own profile, but also to determine others’ profiles through observing their generic behavior and interestsseven3
 LOGIC Methodology:
 Using the KAPLA Construction Kit, it’s inevitable to keep engaged, maintain focus and guess what? Fall in the trap of committing the seven communication sins even though you know by heart you should not!




                2 Days


           12 -20  Participants


            English & Arabic


Target Audience:

Anyone who find themselves better communicators than others, and that the problem always relies within the other person.

2017-09-17 09:00:00
2017-09-18 17:00:00