Real-play is an incredibly powerful and increasingly popular way of practicing difficult conversations.

Real-play enables individuals to practice addressing a real-life challenge. Whether it be a tricky team member or key stakeholder, our actors recreate the key behaviours of the individual concerned, giving the delegate the chance to practise having the conversation and getting feedback about its impact.

So often, real-play leads to ‘lightbulb’ moments, participants often realising why their previous attempts to address an issue have been ineffective. And sometimes it’s simply about giving individuals the confidence to have those challenging conversations back in the workplace.

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