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Bridging Difference with Brave Conversations
Professional Development
Webcast

Bridging Difference with Brave Conversations

This webcast helps participants learn to effectively hold difficult conversations at work. This critical leadership competency can in turn help organizations expedite efforts toward developing more inclusive, innovative and high performing teams and cultures.

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Format

Webcast

NASBA Field of Study

Personal Development

Level

Basic

CPE Credits

1

Author(s)

Yaro Fong-Olivares

Availability

89 days

Product Number

WC2928730

 Part of Webcast Pass
 Business & partner 
Learning Outcomes
  • Recall how to effectively engage in difficult conversations with different stakeholders in your organization
  • Recognize when and how to use the courageous conversations framework
  • Identify the factors that enable effective, authentic, and honest communication about difficult topics at work
Key Topics
  • Diversity and inclusion
  • Courageous conversations
Product Details

How to have effective, authentic, and honest conversations on difficult topics at work

Organizations are changing to become more diverse, inclusive, and values-driven, as well as moving to different ways of operating, both virtually and globally.

Our research reveals that employees and managers alike have difficulty engaging in conversations that are difficult in nature. On the other hand, we also know that learning organizations are feedback-rich, encourage authenticity among all employees, and harness the power of inclusion and cultural differences to meet business goals.

To address a gap, we have developed a webcast in which participants will learn to effectively engage in difficult conversations with different stakeholders in the workplace.

Attendees will develop this critical leadership competency that can in turn help organizations expedite efforts toward developing more inclusive, innovative, and high performing teams and cultures.

We begin by exploring the courageous conversation framework and when and how to use it, followed by the factors that enable effective, authentic, and honest communication about difficult topics at work.

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Who Will Benefit
  • Chief Diversity Officers
  • Anyone interested in gaining leadership skills
  • Anyone in leadership
  • Human Resources personnel
Pricing
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More Details
NASBA Field of Study
Personal Development
Level
Basic
Prerequisites
None
Access
This is a live event. You will have access on the date/time of broadcast and the archive for 89 days after the broadcast date.
Duration
1 hr
Speakers
Yaro Fong-Olivares
aro Fong-Olivares serves as Director for the Center for Women and Business and Executive Education at Bentley University, where she leads the design and delivery of customized training programs for organizations and coaching for individuals. Using a psychodynamic systems approach to organizational development and change, she focuses on the following topics: diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI); leadership; and management development. A sampling of the programs she develops and facilitates includes: Race, Gender, and Intersectionality; Conflict Styles and Effective Communication; Inclusive Leadership; and Leading and Managing Inclusive Teams. A sought-after speaker and facilitator, Yaro holds an M.S. in Organizational Change Management from The New School, a B.A. in Sociology from Barnard College, and Clark Wilson’s 360 feedback Task Cycle Survey Certification. Yaro serves as president of the Executive Committee of the New York Center for the Study of Groups, Organizations and Social Systems, an affiliate of the A.K. Rice Institute for the Study of Social Systems and is a member and a psychodynamic group relations consultant-in-training of the A.K. Rice Institute for the Study of Social Systems.
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