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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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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