Empowered Conversation

Promoting conversation is not our highest decision-making achievement, rather curating a remarkable process is the goal.  How do we enhance meaningful dialogue empowered by individual perspectives?  What is the result of our current conversation ritual?  Do we create a culture of inquiry and seek out the dark corners? Or do we defer to the convenience of routine?

John’s talk identifies three beliefs that hinder powerful conversation:

Dissent equals disloyalty

Criticism of an idea does equals criticism on and individual

Disagreement with consensus equals not being a team player

What if we insisted on a dynamic process and bold conversations before making remarkable decisions?

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