Sample one-day agenda
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Welcome and introductions
How leaders can influence and change conversations.
Understand how pushing opinion often leads to resistance and conflicted conversations.
Learn what a chocolate conversation is, why you may be talking past one another, and how to unpack the conversation.
Prepare for your conversation by understanding what your audience wants to feel, know, and do.
Learn where you operate in the three spheres of conversation: Technical, Social and Political.
Identify your worldview (your 'box'), and how it limits your conversations.
Change the conversation
Build a constructive conversation that frames the way people see the world and moves them to action.
The workshop is highly interactive and tailored to your needs. Participants may be asked to submit content ahead of time. A subset of these is chosen to discuss in small groups. This workshop is part of fassforward’s Communication Series.
"I need people to lead and work across silos when they don’t have direct control."
Leadership happens in the conversation. By default, the lack of leadership also happens in the conversation. Too often, leaders try to change everything. They confuse people with disconnected talk-track and actions.
Leadership In the one-day Framing Conversations workshop, learn how to influence and move people to action. Identify what a chocolate conversation is and recognize when you are having one. Effectively work with competing worldviews and standards by balancing your conversations across the Technical, Social and Political spheres.
At the end of the workshop, participants will:
Manage across a matrixed, complex organization and disrupt organizational politics.
Identify where conversations break down and how to work towards a different outcome.
Reach and affect people at all levels, by framing conversations that successfully position ideas.
Professional skills gained:
Discover new ways to position critical business conversations.