Reduce the automatic tendency we naturally have towards fear and judgment, and instead create an environment of trust and engagement. For Innovator and Executive Council members.
Wed, Oct 25, 2017 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM MSTASU Sky Song
1475 N Scottsdale Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85257
Have you ever talked with someone and sensed that you didn't fully trust the person? Or you felt yourself becoming defensive?
Ever notice someone raising their voice to get others to 'understand' their point of view?
Or maybe you work with someone who has to 'have the last word' and 'be right?'
Please join us for a conversation about conversations.
Changing your conversations can change your organization. Deborah Naish, a California-based executive coach, will facilitate an interactive session on how to adjust how you communicate to effect change in your professional life.
In less than one second, what we hear and feel, from spoken and non-verbal messages, can trigger emotional and neuro-chemical reactions that can shut down or open up our level of trust, our ability to listen, and our capacity to get in sync with another person. Deborah will share some of the latest research on the neuroscience of conversations - what's happening in our brain when we communicate with each other.
Learn how to reduce the automatic tendency we naturally have towards fear and judgement, and instead create an environment of trust and engagement.
You already know about the importance of Emotional Intelligence. Deborah will introduce us to Conversational Intelligence® or C-IQ®. C-IQ has the game changing power to strengthen relationships, transform teams, and shape the future of organizations for mutual success. Deborah will provide us with tools we can start using immediately at work and at home.
Discover how leaders who build trust, get extraordinary results and positively impact their bottom line.
To learn more about C-IQ watch this short video about Conversational Intelligence®
This is the kick-off of a new series of Leadership Lunches! We look forward to seeing you.
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