Monday, 18 January 2010

Free Conflict Talk in London, March 2010

I will be presenting in London on Conversational Riffs towards the end of March on a date to be confirmed, but likely to be the 25th March. This is a follow on to a session that I ran with my friends from

You can find their link to my previous talk here Contact them now to book a place.

Want to know if it is worth your time? Well, here is the feedback received from the November session. See you there!

Thanks for inviting me, really enjoyed it – Bally Binning

Thank you for your interesting and well organised event. Neil’s engaging delivery of conflict resolution using ‘Conversational riffs’ helps to unravel, how to identify the hidden messages of conflict and arrive to a solution in an effective manner that is based on mutual understanding and respect. 'Conversational Riffs' can really work for all types of relationships. Neil's passion, experience and knowledge of conflict resolution makes him an outstanding presenter. Johanna Kokko from Dadshouse

A few evenings ago I attended a talk given by Neil on the subject of Conversational Riffs, and I found him to be a very good speaker who presented some very clear and highly useful tools for improving both inter-personal and professional communications. As an experienced professional Hypnotherapist I recognise the value and thoroughly approve of Neil's approach to his work in helping people to recognise the negative and unproductive patterns of communication that we can all too easily fall into. He offers a clear and accessible route map for making better choices in our responses to others, which can be put into action in ones' daily life in a natural and straight forward way. Cheyne Towers M.B.A.Th.H., GQHP Hypnotherapist, Qigong, Taiji and Self-Defence Instructor.

Sunday, 17 January 2010

Conversational Riffs reviewed by leading USA mediator

Conversational Riffs, my new book on conflict communications has been reviewed by the leading USA mediator and writer Tammy Lenski.

"Neil offers up wisdom in bite-sized, jargon-free chunks that makes it accessible and actionable. And he does it in such a creative and delightful way that the journey through the short book is a pleasure."

You can find her full review here at her excellent Conflict Zen blog. Pop over there and be sure to leave your comment on her site. Have a look around while you're there.

If you would like to buy Conversational Riffs then you can get it here.