|Description||Have you ever wanted to give a coworker sensitive feedback but decided not to because the conversation might not go well—or might even harm your relationship?
Do you ever hold your opinion inside and then one day, when you can’t take it any longer, speak your mind—but by then you’re so upset that it comes out all wrong?
Have you ever sat in a meeting where the boss laid out an impossible plan and everyone hoped someone would say, “This can’t be done!” but no one said a word?
Have you ever wanted to discuss concerns with an employee’s performance, but didn’t want to be viewed as mean or a micromanager by those you supervise?
Whenever you’re not getting the results you’re looking for, it’s likely a crucial conversation is keeping you stuck. To learn how to deal with high-stakes conversations (where opinions vary and emotions run strong), we invite you to attend our two-day Crucial Conversations Workshop. The Crucial Conversations Workshop can help you approach these situations and more with tact and integrity.
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