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The road to success is paved with challenges, which means you’ll likely need to have one or two difficult conversations. In our free guide, we explore how to conduct these conversations courageously so they benefit you and your team.

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Every leader experiences times where they need to give challenging feedback, build awareness of change, educate, or address a tricky topic. Our free guide leads you through this process to ensure these conversations are positive for all.


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How to Craft Courageous Conversations

Learn how to plan, prepare and conduct discussions that challenge convention within your team and inspire great results, all within six simple stages.

How to Offload Your Frustrations

Ensure you never enter a meeting frustrated, with our tips on how to develop a cool, calm, head allowing you to plan and prepare.

Ways to Compel Action Within Your Team

Identify the tools and techniques you need to compel action following a courageous conversation, and how to manage people’s fight or flight response.

Start Having Courageous Conversations Today

As every superhero knows, ‘with great power comes great responsibility’. If you want to be a great leader, this is a mantra you need to buy into, and that means stepping up when it comes to having difficult conversations.

At times, you’ll need to challenge members of your team with less than ideal feedback, changes in office culture, and interpersonal disputes.

When dealing with these tricky topics, you owe it to your team to handle them with care and precision, meaning you’ll need a calm head and solid plan.

Our guide, How to Have Courageous Conversations, takes you through the six stages to conducting courageous conversations and making sure they have positive outcomes.

Download now to start having courageous conversations.


Graham Wilson

Leadership Wizard & Founder of SuccessFactory

The Story of Successfactory

In the last few decades, the business world has been transformed by the introduction of new digital technologies.

Sadly, leadership approaches have not kept pace with this rate of change, and as such, many business are now failing to achieve their potential.

Successfactory was founded by “leadership wizard”, Graham Wilson, with a single mission in mind: to release this untapped potential and drive performance by changing the way organisations are being led.

Using decades of experience in business and the military, Graham has developed a proven toolkit of leadership techniques that help businesses across the world create a high-performance environment where success is inevitable.

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Graham is the best teacher I've come across to develop Project Leadership skills. He takes what can be a complex situation and make it so simple to understand. ChangePro is a really powerful and cost effective way to dramatically increase organisation capability to deliver change quickly and remain competitive. The online training and resources are amazing. I recommend you grab it before your competitors do!

Mark Bannister, Merchandising and L&D Manager at Crown Paints

Graham provides great insight into project and team performance. He has the ability to guide teams through difficult conversations that lead to improved performance.

Paul Bishop, VP Technology at Integration and Divestment at Equinix EMEA

Graham and I have worked on a number joint ventures - I am so confident about his abilities that I would happily recommend him to help improve project performance. He has honest values and an open mind. He is passionate about making a difference and adding value to the customer. Meet him once and you will know that he is right for you. Good original and creative solutions.

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