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Conquering Critical Conversations in a Corporate Setting
Overview: Pop quiz
Can you relate to any of these scenarios?
A. Instead of having a critical conversation, you are delaying once again.
B. You had a critical conversation and it didn't go so well.
C. You've been told that you need to develop your skills in this area.
D. All of the above.
Did you select "D"? If so, you're just like other leaders who share this "secret." They dread critical conversations and the results are both physical and mental.
Why did I develop a program on Critical Conversations? I noticed a trend among my clients: Even when I was brought in to help with, let's say, leadership skills or change management or team development, somehow the real work was around critical conversations. As clients became more adept at having these conversations, their leadership skills soared. It was as though they broke through a barrier and were no longer stressing over what is a necessary skill for leadership excellence.
It is a privilege to help clients prepare for these conversations and to offer this information to your organization.
1. Managers with direct reports
2. New managers
3. Senior leaders
1. Half-day presentation
2. Half-day presentation + 1:1 sessions
3. Webinar + 1:1 sessions
What you'll learn and experience during the program
1. Definitions and examples
2. Why we delay in having critical conversations
3. Three compelling reasons to have the conversation right away
4. Words to avoid when beginning the conversation
5. The S C O P E (TM) Approach that I developed
6. Practice and team activities
7. Discussion about new expectations for leaders
Conference room: Unsplash
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