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*Note: The series is pre-certified for 3.5 HRCI general credits and 3.5 SHRM professional development credits.

  1. When Conversations Miss the Mark: How to Better Engage with Others Using Conversational Intelligence: Every situation and relationship has a specific conversational need. Are you using the right approach? In this webinar, you’ll learn the three levels of conversations and how to leverage each one effectively to better engage with others and drive deeper levels of trust.  MARCH 27, 2024 — 12:00-12:30 CST 


  1. Become a Better Collaborator: How to Confront Our Own Blind Spots, Consider New Perspectives, and Make Better Decisions Using our proprietary needs mapping tool, we’ll explore the problematic concept of silos and discuss practical tips for increasing our self-awareness and broadening our perspectives. You’ll walk away ready to connect more deeply, consider ideas you hadn’t before, and diversify your approach to collaboration, decision-making and problem-solving.  APRIL 24, 2024 — 12:00-12:30 CST 


  1. Getting Curious with Ourselves: How to Deepen Our Self-Awareness and Introspection. If we want better outcomes, we need to learn to ask better questions—including of ourselves. In Part 1 of the Curiosity-First Approach™, you’ll learn a framework for productive introspection that will help deepen your self-awareness, take more accountability, and set better boundaries. MAY 22, 2024 — 12:00-12:30 CST 


  1. Getting Curious about Others: How to Build Empathy and Deepen Connection. If we want stronger relationships, we need to learn to consider different perspectives. In Part 2 of the Curiosity-First Approach™, you’ll walk through a guided reflection that will help you build your empathy muscle, better understand those around you, and become a better communicator. AUGUST 28, 2024 — 12:00-12:30 CST 


  1. Getting Curious with Others: How to Have More Conversations That Matter. If we want to communicate more effectively in the moment, we need to stop preparing for a confrontation and prepare instead for a conversation. In Part 3 of the Curiosity-First Approach™, you’ll learn a proprietary opening statements framework that will help you navigate uncomfortable conversations with skill and confidence.  SEPTEMBER 18, 2024 — 12:00-12:30 CST 


  1. Navigating Conflict: How to Stand in the Heat When it Really Counts: Our lives are full of moments when the heat gets turned up—dealing with challenging team dynamics, navigating interpersonal conflict, considering a big decision, having an uncomfortable conversation . . . the list goes on. How can we remain thoughtful, measured, and make better choices? No surprise: it comes back to neuroscience. In this webinar, you’ll learn three strategies to stay emotionally regulated in high-charge situations.  OCTOBER 16, 2024 — 12:00-12:30 CST 


  1. The Power of Repair: How to Know When to Have the Conversation and When to Walk Away Having a productive conversation or interaction after conflict and discomfort is known as repair. Repair can be incredibly healing and connecting. But is it always possible? How do we balance our desire for repair with our boundaries as humans? In this webinar, learn five key questions to ask to help you decide.  NOVEMBER 20, 2024 — 12:00-12:30 CST 

*Note: The series is pre-certified for 3.5 HRCI general credits and 3.5 SHRM professional development credits.

Why should you invest?

It Drives Performance and Personal Leadership: Equip yourself and your team members with valuable insights and practical tools to significantly boost performance and productivity. Our sessions cover a wide range of topics, providing actionable strategies that can be implemented immediately.

It’s Cost-Effective: Budget constraints can sometimes hinder professional development. That’s why we offer the series at an affordable price.

It’s Flexible: Our accessible learning model allows individuals to participate anywhere and at any time. You can access our live sessions or watch recorded sessions at your convenience.