Communicating with Your Child

communicating with your child course

All The Info You Need To Know About The Course

An informative course to help parents develop new skills for more positive and effective communication with their child.

Communication is one of the major root causes of issues in relationships. As we try to raise our children to be happy and successful, we can make many mistakes that can prove costly.
Our children can develop many impactful skills from us. Both positive ones and negative ones. We can teach them to trust and respect with communication. We can teach hate and blame through communication as well.

This course will cover many core competencies of being an effective communicator. The first and most important item to understand in communication is its meaning. Often people think they are great communicators until they learn the true definition.

We will share what makes for a good listener, the power of your word, and what criticizing and condemning can teach your child.
The course consists of several lessons, and the entire course should take about an hour of your time. How much value it will provide depends on how serious you take it and what new practices you put in to place.







Learning Objectives

  • To create a new understanding of what communication is
  • To define and clarify what makes a good listener
  • To create a clear understanding of the power of your word
  • To introduce new ideas of how to improve your communication to enhance your relationships

The Course Lecturers

Bob has helped parents connect with their athletes for over 20 years. This course is the culmination of the learning during that time.

It is a difficult thing sometimes to know what to say, how to listen, and how to support our children. The skills presented in this course can prove to be very helpful as we support them and teach them how to open up and talk about the challenges they may be experiencing.

Bob wilkie

Founder I Got Mind

Introductory Video to the course

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Communicating with Your Child