People are fun and "not-so fun"

Good communication, with respect, kindness and trust in the foreground, is considered by researchers to be the key to happiness.

Lecture intended for organizational units and groups. Suitable for special meetings, lunch or other educational activities such as health week, educational days, conferences and the like.

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People are fun and "not-so fun"

Effective communication

The goal is to enable the participant to improve their communication skills and communicate better with other people. Also that the person in question learns to solve the so-called "self-exchange" - the inner conversation with oneself that is important to solve in all respects.

Good communication where respect, kindness and trust are at the forefront are researched as the key to happiness. Bad communication is one of the main stressors in people's lives. Communication can therefore be good, bad and everything in between, but it is clear that the impact of any kind of communication is great on people's mental, physical and social health.

It is therefore important to work with quality communication and improved communication skills. Research shows that those who have rich communication skills experience better well-being and greater success in life, play and work than those who do not cultivate those skills.

Examples of questions that will be asked during the lecture:

  1. What is communication?
  2. What do research say about communication?
  3. What is good communication?
  4. How to cultivate good communication skills and "communication intelligence"?
  5. What are the effects of communication on people's stress and well-being?
  6. What to watch out for in communication?
  7. What are the causes and consequences of loneliness?
  8. What is a constructive "automatic exchange"?


Words can sting like sharp needles. Care must be taken in the presence of the soul.



Aldís Arna Tryggvadóttir, ACC Certified Coach and Stress Counselor


Length of lecture

45 min


Note: The lecture is also available as a distance lecture through MS Teams


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