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When successful leaders can draw into their organization's expertise, experience, and creativity, they may create a significant opportunity. Conversational leadership fosters information sharing by including employees, stakeholders, and the community in talks about huge, essential topics and creating ideas that people can put into action.

 

Conversational leadership requires practice, but it is a talent that can be acquired. Conversational leaders are not hesitant to ask probing questions or elicit feedback from others. They foster an atmosphere in which everyone feels comfortable expressing their opinions, and they promote open debate. By encouraging conversation in the workplace, these leaders can tap into the collective expertise of their employees and make better business decisions.

 

This training is open to everyone seeking to learn more about successful conversational leadership, including managers, human resource professionals, team leaders, project managers, and small-business owners.

This workshop is offered to groups of 5 or more.

Workshop Duration: 1 day

Conversational Leadership

Open Space Office

Workshop Objectives 

  • Recognize the value in promoting conversational leadership and how it may benefit you.

  • Explain the four I's of conversational leadership

  • Improve your performance by using the ideas of conversational leadership.

  • Organize a small World Café to provide an example of conversational leadership in action

Workshop Topics

  • What Is Conversational Leadership?

  • The Basic Elements

  • Organizational Conversation: The Four-I Model

  • The Framework for Conversational Leadership

  • World Café

Office

Workshop Outline

Introduction

During this session, time will be spent getting to know the participants and explaining the workshop's content. Participants would also be able to determine their own learning goals.

What Is Conversational Leadership

Participants will study their pre-assignment and understand what conversational leadership entails to begin the workshop.

The Basic Elements

Designing constructive interactions and personal skill-building are among the topics covered in this session.

Organizational Conversation: The Four-I Model

The Four-I model will then be explained to participants: intimacy, interactivity, inclusion, and intentionality. Trust and common language will also be addressed.

The Framework for Conversational Leadership

Participants will learn about Hurley and Brown's conversational leadership process in this session. Appreciative inquiry's position in conversational leadership will be addressed as well.

World Café

The workshop concludes with a detailed examination of the design of a World Café.

Wrap-Up of the Workshop

Participants will have time to ask their training questions and complete an action plan at the end of the workshop.

For more information on this workshop, please contact us:
Email: Training@addisonsolutionsllc.com