Some people must learn to recognize their worth and unlock their potential. Don’t let yourself down. Find ways to reach your potential. This entertaining and stimulating interactive course will provide skills and strategies for people to build and develop their communication skills and self-esteem so they can be more confident at work.
At Cutting Edge, Steve used to read the newspaper obituaries every day, and Casey feels upset and underappreciated. In the guise of doing something positive for Serena, Carol suggests that they both contribute to a speaking gig, but she’s not being as supportive as she seems at first. Sanjay is assertive, but his assertiveness has a negative impact on others, for example Tammy, whom he abruptly dismisses when she tries to tell him about a work problem. Carlos often feels crushed, dealing with Barney’s outbursts and Casey feels pressured and harried by Carol. Each finds a way to overcome their feelings of low self-worth. Dion counsels Carlos to make the reception area a place where people engage with him. Tammy learns the power of NO when people impose on her. Steve is coached out of his negativity by Carol who sees his potential, and Marcus gives Casey an Aboriginal togetherness charm, which she deploys as a touchstone.
This interactive course is part of the popular Cutting Edge Communication Comedy Series created by Psychologist Eve Ash and comedienne Erin Brown starring Emmy-award winning Kim Estes. This powerful training series follows several characters as they battle challenges, negotiate conflicts and learn from mistakes about professionalism, leadership, communication and safety. This Australian produced series was filmed on location in Los Angeles.