Other How to Say No, but Nicely
Very often you will be asked to help other people and the best policy is to offer help as much as you can. But sometimes it just isn’t possible, and you have to say no to avoid being overloaded. How do you do this nicely?
How do you say no without damaging your relationship and while helping as much as you can even if you have to reject a request? In this talk we look at some simple, non-manipulative methods that anyone can use to become masters of the polite and helpful rejection
Was available for one month only
KI Students, PhD students, Postdocs and researchers.
About the Speaker:
Andrew Hennigan is a speaker, speaker coach and writer based in Stockholm. As a speaker he works regularly at Karolinska Institutet, other universities, businesses and organizations, speaking about practical networking, effective speaking, ethical influencing skills, communicating innovation and other related topics. He is also a professional speaker coach, helping individuals and groups to craft impactful presentations and talks in the least possible time, and he has been a TEDxStockholm volunteer since 2015.
This event is organized by KI Career Service