Effective communication is essential to the success of any organization. It is key to engagement and achieving goals. However, despite having conversations everyday, in-person and via various technological platforms, we struggle with this skill. HR Professionals are in a great position to master the communication competency and serve as a role model to employees, managers and leadership. In this course, Stacey Zackin discusses what we can do to foster open, honest and safe conversations. She explains the structure of the communication cycle and importance of establishing clear intentions.
During this course you will learn about what obstacles stand in our way of having a dynamic dialogue, techniques to overcome these barriers and strategies that will encourage an effective dialogue. As the HR professional, the work you do is dynamic! Take the lead in driving dynamic dialogue at your organization.
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Title: Dialogue Defined
Module: Setting The Foundation
Before moving forward to explore how we can communicate via dynamic dialogues, first let’s define what we are talking about to make sure we are all on the same page—which, by the way, is a critical aspect of dynamic dialogues.
The dictionary defines Dialogue as a verbal exchange, conversation, or discussion between two or more people. It is, or should be a free flow of ideas and opinions and their meaning. Made up of the Latin prefix dia, which means across, and legein, which means to speak. It represents the challenge of speaking across a space where understanding, intention, and focus can get lost.
In the book Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking when the Stakes are High, the authors assert dialogue is the only reliable way of discovering another's genuine motives. And it is only after the motives of the different players are understood, that a shared purpose and mission can be identified and pursued. It is this union, or "making common" which is the concept at the root of the word communication. Yet, this discovery of individual motivation and shared purpose is no easy task, as sometimes we are unclear as to our own motives, let alone accurately assessing those of the people and organizations around us.
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If Stacey were a Super Hero, she'd be The Status Quo Buster. With 15+ years of experience in human behavior, management, and entertainment, Stacey merges psychology, strategy, and imagination to shift beliefs and behaviors, generate optimism and outcomes, and help individuals and organizations leverage their resources and maximize their potential. A dynamic coach, workshop facilitator...