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Powerful Conversations to Engage your Workforce

In-Person

It’s hard to get to know people in a virtual work setting. Even though you may have interacted with team members on a regular basis in the past, some may still feel like strangers to you. The best way to create the foundation for professional relationships is by connecting with others as individuals, looking beyond their role in the organization. Great conversationalists put others at ease, build trust, and improve teamwork.

What You’ll Learn

You’ll learn a proven process for connecting with others through effective and engaging conversations. Build questioning skills that help you start a conversation and engage in ways that helps you learn more others. Using the 7 keys to being a great conversationalist, you’ll be able to strike up a conversation with anyone and keep it going naturally and productively.

Why you want to learn it

Leaders who connect with others have stronger professional relationships. Strong relationships lead to improved results. It was Dale Carnegie who first recognized that you can ͞win friends and influence people͟ through the ability to converse competently. Connect through conversation and master an art of engagement that makes you a leader others want to emulate.

How it will help you

Improved conversation skills enable you to more naturally get to know other people. When you connect through meaningful conversation, others grow to trust you more. Through these trusting relationships, collaboration improves, and you and your colleagues will more easily work together to produce increased results.

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