Christchurch Branch Event – Getting Along: Advice for Working with People

In this session, Ross Denton presents ways we can work more effectively with our colleagues and clients. He introduces a model for decoding behaviour – our own and others' – which is based on recognising our own strengths and style, and understanding that other people think differently. Different is not wrong, and understanding our differences can help us to enhance relationships and have better conversations.

Ross is an engaging speaker with plenty of personal experience of how, without this knowledge, good people can behave badly! This is a great opportunity to hear from a highly experienced leadership coach who has been involved in organisational change across Australasia for more than 20 years.

Where and when

Streamliners, 44 Braddon Street, Addington map

Tuesday 19 July. 5:30 pm networking. Meeting from 6:00 pm until 7:00 pm.


The cost includes nibbles and drinks.

People who register via the website:

  • Members $11.50 incl GST.
  • Non-members $17.25 incl GST
  • Student members free of charge.

People who pay at the door:

  • Members 15.00 incl GST
  • Non-members $20.00 incl GST
  • Student members free of charge.

Note: Members = members of TechCommNZ and affiliated organisations: NZATD, TWIA, PRINZ

About the speaker

Ross Denton is a management coach who designs and facilitates bespoke leadership development programmes. He also delivers Conversation Intelligence Advantage™ programmes for leaders and organizations who want to enhance the quality of their connections and conversations.

He has worked closely with Richard Hamilton, Business Development Manager at Canterbury District Health Board's Design Lab since 2009. The programmes they have been working on (Xcelr8 and Particip8) won the Supreme Award for Leadership in Government in 2015.

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