How To Have Difficult Conversations, Part II

How To Have Difficult Conversations, Part II

How to have crucial conversations that frankly you’d rather avoid – and do them well! Part II gives you Steps 3 and 4: having the conversation and follow-up. It’s possible to have proactive and fruitful conversations that create constructive progress and reinforce relationships.

How To Have Difficult Conversations, Part I

How To Have Difficult Conversations, Part I

How to have crucial conversations that frankly you’d rather avoid – and do them well! Part I gives you Steps 1 and 2: setting the stage and preparation. Create a culture and a pattern of interactions where you’re building bridges and not burying your head in the sand and hoping for the best!!

Transforming Conversations: I'm All Ears!

Transforming Conversations: I'm All Ears!

Are we losing our listening? What?? Don’t be ridiculous. I can hear you and furthermore I’ve already scripted out in my head the whole conversation we’re going to have anyway. Hush, this is what I want you to know. Oh, the whole project’s on the rocks? I have no idea why.

The Costs Of Staying Silent And Hoping For The Best

The Costs Of Staying Silent And Hoping For The Best

Do you notice stuff at work that needs to change, but are afraid to speak up and potentially rock the boat? Do you hope that someone else will take care of it, or that it’ll go away on its own? Understandable, perhaps, but what are the costs of silence?

Go From Peeved To Pleasantly Surprised

Go From Peeved To Pleasantly Surprised

What if you could do something simple but powerful, and change the mood in the room? Have more productive conversations? Listen better and speak more articulately? Worry and ruminate less beforehand? Sound like magic? Read on…

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