So I'm wearing a red scarf for Crucial Conversations.
This is a page where I'd like to greet you, the "elite participants of Crucial Conversations training". In my 20 years as a trainer I've met some really great people. Some of which I would call "elite". And what makes you elite? In my opinion there's two qualifiers: (1) You have discovered how central Crucial Conversations (CC) are to everything we try to accomplish from day to day, and (2) you recognize that CC's can be difficult and you feel a desire to change and improve.
To me, this makes up the definition of a quality person and the kind of leader the world needs. You are reading this because you are one of them.
This time training was different!
Often I'm asked: "How can I make sure to actually apply what I've learnt? How can I avoid the whirlwind once back in the office? This question is possibly the first sign of quality. It's when you see yourself being almost an "enemy" to your own capacity to move to action.
I'm happy to say, we have good answers. My colleague, Joseph Grenny will tell you more (see YouTube clip below), but for now, I'll briefly share a few suggestions about what we call The Six Sources.
6 Ideas to Help Apply the Skills
We know from our research that there's a "will trap" that causes trouble. It's when you try and try and keep failing believing it is because you lack the willpower. No! Rather it is because the right conditions are not working in your favour. Our small and personal LinkedIn group helps us to:
As we strive to become the best version of ourselves, let's help each other hold Crucial Conversations and sharpen those skills! See you online ;-)
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