During our company meetings, leaders often try to get input on various questions but very rarely does anyone respond. It has become such an issue that the CEO recently offered $20 to anyone who contributes. That’s one issue. A second issue is that when nobody responds, leaders will often say something like, “Really?! Nobody has anything to say?!”
Vice President of Development and Delivery Emily Gregory shares a tip for starting a crucial conversation when you feel nervous.
Vice President of Development and Delivery Emily Gregory shares insight into who is responsible for adding meaning to a crucial conversation.
Vice President of Development and Delivery Emily Gregory talks about how to change your attitude toward a passive-aggressive commenter for a better outcome.
Q. As a school administrator, I am preparing for the emotional post-election conversations that our staff and students are expecting in the days ahead. As opportunities arise to discuss the outcomes, teachers are looking for guidance on the best ways to model mature and responsible behavior for one another and […]
Joseph Grenny, coauthor of Crucial Conversations, shares tips for navigating racial bias in the workplace using facts, curiosity and humility.
Justin Hale, a Master Trainer in Crucial Conversations, says when you and a friend have opposing opinions, focus on their experience rather than your differences.
VitalSmarts Master Trainer Maria Moss talks about finding authentic ways to fight racism.