Smart Ways to Communicate More Effectively in Meetings
The ability to work together interdependently is one of our least developed skills. Yet, it is the most vital in today’s competitive landscape. The communication skill of connecting with others – and creating the emotional space for others to open up – requires deep trust. Without trust, leaders and teams struggle to achieve extraordinary results.
“I liked the conversation about psychological safety. Self awareness and emotional intelligence are key. I wish I would have brought my whole team!”
Learn about what the latest in brain science can teach us about communicating effectively. Discover useful ways to engage with others to create more connection and impact in your conversations. And, we will explore the hidden effects that might be holding your team back from bringing their best selves to meetings.
Raise Your Conversation IQ
- How to have more impact and being heard in meetings
- How our brains can work for us, or against us, in challenging conversations
- Why conversations can go so wrong and what we can do to prevent it
- The science behind team success and failure
- Useful tools to assess where you and others are when in a conversation
Hear what participants had to say:
“I liked the personal examples and talking about how this plays in a role in our lives inside and outside of work. Really enjoyed it! It was so insightful and would love it if every leader on my team could get this lesson.” – Microsoft Program Manager
“I liked that we were doing exercises and testing the theory. Thanks for holding the workshop. It’s clear we can always learn something new when it comes to communication.” – Erna R.
“I liked that we had the opportunity to collaborate with other people. And, the content of the workshop is definitely very valuable to understand others and build a trust environment. Now, I really understand how important trust is to a team’s success.”
“It was fantastic! I learned a lot. I liked the brain science part. It really made things click and I was able to understand what is happening in the body during conversations.” – Victoria W.
“I liked the Conversational Dashboard the most. I could identify where I am on it and where my team members are as well.” – Anusha B.