Bravely leading challenging conversations

Jun 19, 2019 at 9:30 AM
Bravely leading challenging conversations

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Guest Speaker

Stephani Roy McCallum, CPF, Chief Storm Rider at the Courageous Leadership Project

Session Description

Change is hard. Even when it brings something better, adapting to and working with change can feel scary, uncertain and uncomfortable. The foundation of making any change initiative work in the long-term is our ability to talk through the issues, concerns, emotions, possibilities – together. When we have brave, honest conversations we find solutions to the problems we face – together. The challenge is that no one is born knowing how to have these kinds of conversations, and it takes brave leadership to create the space to talk together in new ways.

In this webinar we will:

  • Explore how to have brave, honest conversations with others. Learn some tips and tools for embracing emotion and creating space for constructive conversations so solutions can be found.
  • Consider how to authentically lead a tough conversation on an important issue. How do you want to show up as a leader? What leadership strengths will serve you best?

 


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