So to speak

Conversations have existed for as long as humans. This ancient art form has connected us all together. It’s allowed us to share stories, emotions, ideas. It’s meant we can think together.

Conversations have existed for as long as humans. This ancient art form has connected us all together. It’s allowed us to share stories, emotions, ideas. It’s meant we can think together. But, we’ve all experienced good and bad conversations. And how it feels to be on the receiving end. Right now, especially in business, we believe that we’re at risk of losing the art of doing it well.

So, at the close of 2019, as founders of the Conversation Space, we decided to put pen to paper and write “So to speak”. This is our new eBook about how to get the best out of your workplace conversations and develop your Conversational Wisdom®.

Drawing on more than 40 years of collective experience, including our Award Winning Roffey Park paper “Mastering Conversation”, our new eBook takes a look at.

  • An introduction to the power of conversation
  • What a conversationally wise leader looks like
  • The benefits Conversational Wisdom® brings to you and others
  • An overview of Conversational Wisdom® with tips and questions to help you reflect and grow your own

Our intent behind writing the eBook is to provide inspiration and practical support to anyone who wants to reconsider how they communicate and connect with people through their conversations. To be curious and think out loud. To be brave and innovate together. And to help bring more meaning and joy to the workplace.

If we want to enhance our culture, capture the hearts as well as the minds of our people and truly boost their engagement, paying attention to conversations is key.

Our purpose at The Conversation Space is to strengthen human connection through the power of conversation. When leaders are adept at conversations, they do much more than communicate effectively – they drive stronger business results.

So to speak” supports Conversation Space workshops and programmes.  If you would like to have a chat about how to enable your leaders and managers to become more conversationally wise, please get in touch.

 

By Sara Hope
17.03.2020

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