Thu, Feb 25 | Virtual Session

Conversational Leadership Fundamentals - February

Learn tools and strategies that will help you develop quality relationships, engage in candid conversations, surface the collective thinking of your team, and produce innovative strategic courses of action to accomplish organizational goals.
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Conversational Leadership Fundamentals - February

Time & Location

Feb 25, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM PST
Virtual Session

About the Event

Communication Practices To Enhance Workplace Climate and Culture

Today’s leaders are facing new and increasing demands and are expected to be agile and resilient in response to their complex and changing environments. Studies show 50 percent of leaders do not feel equipped to lead their organizations into the future. 

How many competencies are you and your leaders expected to demonstrate in every interaction? Communication is the foundation for all core capabilities and is the one thing that has the single greatest impact on a leader's ability to produce results. Leaders who use high quality communication practices develop an inclusive culture where each individual feels inspired, connected, and relevant.

Learn tools and strategies that will help you develop quality relationships, engage in candid conversations, surface the collective thinking of your team, and produce innovative strategic courses of action to accomplish organizational goals. 

Join us for a highly interactive session and walk-away with actionable strategies that can be immediately applied in your next conversation and enhance all of your knowledge skills and abilities.

Objectives:

  • Develop a common understanding of high quality communication practices that promote collaboration, develop quality relationships, and produce a culture of trust.
  • Learn how to create a workplace environment that welcomes and values differences of opinions, skill sets, abilities, tapping into the wisdom of the entire team.
  • Use effective feedback techniques that engage the listener, surface their thinking, and result in commitments to behavioral change.

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