Does it drive you crazy when colleagues want you to listen and agree with them, but they don’t want to listen to you? How frustrating is that? Very! Listening poorly often leads to conflict, and nobody likes conflict. Conflict is inevitable, so we shouldn’t try to avoid it, but we should try to manage it better. Conversational Receptiveness is a tool to do just that.
Join DrJListen, Laura Janusik, as she unpacks the newest research in how to get others to listen to you. The technical term is Conversational Receptiveness, but the more important element is that you’ll learn the 4 actionable items you need to do to get the other to listen to you. And, as an added bonus, this works with family and friend as well as your colleagues!
Note: we’ll practice in Zoom rooms, but if you can’t do that, please attend the session anyway as you’ll receive a workbook you can use the lay out how you’ll apply the 4 actionable items in a conflict you’re currently experiencing.
Join us to...
- Understand the 4 actionable items you must do to get others to listen to you
- Practice the 4 actionable items
- Develop a plan to apply the 4 actionable items on a conflict you’re currently experiencing
Feel like you're not being heard? Laura Janusik, #DrJListen can help!
Laura is leveraging her past experience, which includes 15 years of HR Management in private industry and 20+ years as a professor and scholar to help individuals and teams better align their communication through the Power of Listening. Laura is known throughout the world as a leading expert in teaching and training listening. Her PhD in Communication and her MBA assist her in using research-based information to help people change their daily communication interactions to develop greater cohesion, increase trust, meet deadlines, and increase productivity…all through the power of listening! Her research and ideas have been published nationally and internationally, and her research and ideas have been cited in publications including Forbes, Harvard Business Review, The Wall Street Journal, NPR, and US News and World Report.
Connect with Laura on LinkedIn, email, or through her website, ListeningtoChange.com.