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The class was so engaging that the content came to life

The class was so engaging that the content came to life in a way that directly applier to leading and influencing group. The intructor, the games and the video's. The trainer is engaging, practical en perseverant.

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I like the structure of the concept of Crucial Conversations and video clips

The training was very good! I like the structure of the concept of Crucial Conversations and video clips. The instructor was very well prepared and could answer all my questions.

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