Training Programs for Businesses and Personal Communication
meet you daily communication challenges with the Aikido approach
Based on a unique adaptation of the philosophies of the martial art of Aikido,
AikiSkills is the ART of combining five effective communication tools,
intended to transform the stress and disconnection that easily arise in interpersonal communication,
into harmony and trust through conscious influence and guidance.
What to do with that client that makes you wish you could hang up the phone on them?
Or that boss that “brags” about his “Open Doors Policy” but that actually doesn’t let you finish when you start explaining the issue?
Or those employees that ask the “opposite question” right after you finished explaining the company goals?
Or probably the frustration to repeat the same thing to your kids over and over again?
Choose your Training Program
for Groups and Companies
An innovative martial art approach applied to daily life and Business
What is AikiSkills
What is AIKIDO
How to become a BLACK BELT in communication
for Personal and Online Training
The key to develop a new habit is to repeat, to practice. As any art, you can have the “theory” about how to play a song in the piano, then you have to practice many times, until it becomes natural.
Same happens with the martial art. We practice Aikido many times a week, so we can overwrite the natural response to conflict, with a different approach: guide instead of confronting.
AikiSkills is an art too. You will need information, trust, and practice to see conflict as an opportunity and relationships as an art.
Come train with us.
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WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
The AikiSkills sessions held at our facilities were nothing short than outstanding. The delivery of the sessions were extremely engaging, all done with great care and wonderful interactions with our colleagues. The content was also very solid, bringing new perspective into the way we provide servicing to our customers and how the learning can be applied day in and day out in our operations environment, both internally and with our customers. Finally, the professionalism and attention to detail from the facilitators were also outstanding, always trying to learn every aspect of what we do, to customize the material and maximize its impact. I have nothing but words of appreciation for this training and for sure it is something we want to continue to expand in our areas as our initial results are showing significant improvement in some of our Customer Service key performance indicators. Thank you!!!
Matias Carrio - VP - Customer Engagement Network American Express
I was very much engaged during and after the training. It was an eye opener for many of us to understand that we really do need to repeat ideas and information as well as be patient with those who do the repeating... it is not in our nature in such a fast-paced environment. However, to avoid having to re-do work, it is best to ensure that we have the correct information before acting upon it. Also, something as simple as calling someone by their preferred name, actually goes along way.
Janet Velez - NBCUniversal
This training opened my mind to a new way of communicating that I have never heard before. I wonder why this is not taught to everyone! However, you must practice, so you can enjoy the advantages of this different way of interacting. I highly recommend this training to everyone parents, business owners, managers. Thank you, Cristina and Patxi!
Ramón E. Martínez - Owner ClubChoKolate.com
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some companies that have been trained in AikiSkills
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