Posts Tagged ‘conversations’

New Ways of Listening: Conversations at Work

Monday, March 2nd, 2015

Libero

What can the corporate world learn from The Horse Whisperer when it comes to hosting conversations that really matter? It’s said that a good trainer can hear a horse speak. But a great trainer can hear him whisper.

By this definition, Monty Roberts is a great trainer. Known as the Horse Whisperer, Monty has broken away from traditional methods of horse training to introduce a new level of trust through listening. He has changed the game entirely by deconstructing the fear-based training paradigm. (more…)

CorpTalk and Siemens at STIA + 2014 DC: Simple Means to Rich Ends

Friday, December 5th, 2014
CorpTalk and Siemens Keynote graphic recording

When it comes to corporate well being, we diagnose the conversation, not the people. Conversation is the cure.

When I think about the STIA + 2014 DC conference (Nov 5-9), where I was honored to co-keynote our CorpTalk and Siemens cultural transformation success story, “simple means to rich ends” comes to mind. (more…)

Keeping Conversation Channels Open: 10 Essential Tips

Friday, May 16th, 2014

Serious Conversation 1How would you rate your conversation skills at work? Research indicates that we think of ourselves as better communicators than we really are. What usually happens is we tell ourselves we got it right and the other person got it wrong.  After all, I was clear. But it’s up us to ensure that the message sent (what we intend to say) is the message received (what the other person really hears). Here are 10 essential tips for keeping conversation channels open

(more…)