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How to Make Difficult Conversations Less Difficult
When: Thursday, December 5, 2019
Do people in your organization engage in the phenomenon known as “violent politeness”? Examples of this politeness include not having honest conversations, not offering up dissenting opinions, or not naming the unmentionables. In this silence things like mistrust, lack of clarity, and disengagement can emerge and block our ability for greater success.
Armed with research, practical advice, and powerful stories, this presentation will teach you how to shift from violent politeness to candid, curious, and compassionate conversations.
About the Presenter:
Define barriers and create drivers to developing more honest and curious
• Explore the neuroscience behind
• Learn how to deconstruct your stories and
assumptions about a situation or another person
Learn a powerful technique for starting a difficult conversation
Sarah Noll Wilson
As an Executive Coach, Keynote Speaker, Transformer of Teams, Researcher,
soon to be Author, Sarah helps people close the gap between what they intend to
do and the actual impact they make. Sarah creates a safe, honest environment,
preparing people to deal with real-world conflict, have more meaningful
conversations, and create purposeful relationships.
Sarah holds a Master's Degree from Drake
University in Leadership Development and a BA from the University of Northern
Iowa in Theatre Performance and Theatre Education.
Questions: Contact email@example.com.
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