Have you ever had to tell someone that there's just been a terrible accident or that someone is seriously ill? These thing will never take lightly.

Delivering bad news is never easy, "the perfect conversation" just doesn't exist.

In this learning jouney, you'll learn what steps to take, to manage delivering bad news in the best possible way. You'll also learn how to keep your emotions under control. That's what you'll be working on now.

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How te deliver bad news about a serious illness, an accident or death

At some time or another, everyone is confronted with death, a illness, or an an accident. You may find yourself in a situation where you've to tell that someone is seriously ill, a loved one has had a serious accident, or even worse, that someone has passed away. It's definitely not easy, so how do you deal with these kinds of sad news messages? How do you deal with your emotions and those of others? Everyone has emotions, whether you're used to showing them or not. Do you want to be better prepared to deliver these types of sad news messages? It's possible. Just follow this learning journey.

  • Theme: Communication and interacton
  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Spread out over 2-6 weeks
  • Be the bearer of bad news in the best possible way

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Have you ever had to tell someone that there's been a serious accident, that someone is gravely ill – or even worse – that someone has passed away? How did you handle it? This course is about delivering these types of difficult or sad news messages. News that you'd rather not have to deliver at all. Serious stuff. Delivering the worst possible news is always difficult and there's no such thing as "the perfect conversation." By following this course, you can at least make it easier for yourself. From the tools we provide, you'll choose what you need in your situation and your surroundings. That can vary from situation to situation

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Meet the master

Our online courses are written by our "masters." Each one of them is an expert in their field, and they all have many years of experience. Among them you'll find trainers, psychologists, coaches, authors, etc.

Mieke van Bussel is the master behind this learning journey. Mieke is an experienced master in the area of communication and team coaching. She helps people to understand, and talk with, each other. Even when dealing with the most difficult of messages.

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