How To Have Emotionally Charged Conversations With Ease
As a coach, consultant, or facilitator who leads a group, you know how much more transformation happens when your clients or community members are engaged and trust each other enough to be vulnerable.
You may also know how quickly a community can turn toxic when group dynamics include behavior that makes members shy away from expressing themselves in fear of being judged, ridiculed or threatened.
Your clients are often unaware of the unconscious communication habits they bring to the group environment that can stifle engagement and trust. A positive learning environment needs trust. With trust comes feelings of safety.
The only way group dynamics change is when you and your members become aware of what the underlying issues are. As you help members increase awareness of subconscious behavior in group settings, you set the stage for transformation.
In this free webinar you’ll learn:
🔘Unconscious communication habits or styles that squash engagement in your group;
🔘Group behavior and dynamics that can cause people to shrink away and pull back because they don't feel safe to express themselves;
🔘Why listening is more important than speaking;
🔘How to help a group find common ground with empathy, compassion, and understanding of emotional context;
🔘How to cultivate a safe group environment with members taking responsibility for the way they listen.
As the founder and inspiration behind SpiralMethod, Leslie blends interactive community practices that lead to personal transformation and sustainable systemic change. Her mission is to transform how we work and live in community.
Bill is the founder of GoodCinema, an organization that hosts immersive empathic experiences that integrate thought-provoking films with interactive discussions that build connection, drive impact, and inspire growth through transformative group discussions.
Dr. Kettelhut is a results-driven executive coach serving Business Leaders: Advisors, CEOs & Entrepreneurs. He helps his clients discover true purpose, which allows for efficiency, as priorities are made on what’s important in business and in life.