You have arrived and are curious.
I suspect you are here looking around to see how I can help you and/or your team.
At the core of every exchange, business or personal, there lies an opportunity to genuinely connect and create change through conversation. Leaders, supervisors, managers, teams and employees depend on clear, concise, connected and caring conversations in the workplace. Their success, like that of the companies they work for, and their safety depend on it.
Imagine a world where managers are leading, teams are performing, and safety is a core value.
That’s what I am here to help you with.
Challenging and changing conversations in the workplace over the past 30 years, through coaching, facilitating, workshops, and speaking, I have witnessed the power of Conversation Cause and Effect©.
With knowledge of even the basic foundation of Conversation Cause and Effect©, we can all lead more satisfying lives through healthier conversations with our family, friends, and colleagues.
Stanford University and Creating WE Institute research has found that 9 out of 10 conversations miss the mark.
In reality, what that means is that one of the greatest hidden costs in organisations is poor conversations. Think about it… how many conversations have you had recently that didn’t hit the mark…
- People went and did the opposite of what you thought you had told them, or
- You felt that the performance conversation went well; it did not. The other person is not happy, or
- You want to put an idea forward to the team, and they just don’t get it, or You need to ask your boss a question and are not sure how to, or
The list is endless...
Now Imagine what your day would look and feel like if all those conversations hit the mark.
Conversation Cause & Effect
Over the years of coaching and leadership development work that I have been involved with, it often seems we focus on technical and competency skills rather than human skills. One of the greatest and oldest human skills we have is conversation.
Conversations affect all key areas of leadership, team performance and business in general.
- Individual behaviour
- Team behaviour
- Leadership growth
- Organisational Culture
- Operational performance
- Managers and aspiring leaders support
- And, Safety behaviour
A safe operation is a high-performing and productive one.
What will you do today to change tomorrow's conversations? That will encourage managers to lead teams to perform and create a safer world. Let's Talk
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