Effective coaches, leaders, and educators communicate their message clearly, build healthy emotional connections with others, and maneuver through emotionally complex situations in ways that allow them to speak the truth so they will be heard. This workshop introduces 6 beliefs and 10 habits that promote healthy and productive relationships.
Better Conversations is one of the most popular workshops we offer. Based on the book Better Conversations: Coaching Ourselves and Each Other To Be More Credible, Caring, and Connected, the workshop offers an intensive exploration of six Better Conversations Beliefs and ten Better Conversations Habits that can help anyone communicate more effectively at work or at home.
Effective communication strategies are essential for professional success. Coaches, leaders, and educators who make an impact communicate their message clearly, build healthy emotional connections with others, and maneuver through emotionally complex situations in ways that allow them to speak the truth in ways that will be heard.
Effective communication strategies are even more important in people’s personal lives. We live our lives in relationships, and much of the joy or unhappiness we experience is the direct result of our relationships with others. Effective communication strategies enable us to live happier, more fulfilling lives by enabling us to experience healthier personal relationships.
Tens of thousands of educators around the world have read the book and attended an event. However, as powerful as the workshop is, the real impact of the book and workshop happens when people apply the Beliefs and Habits to their professional and personal lives. Improved communication is a concept that is best learned through application, and this virtual workshop provides an opportunity for just such an experience.
The Better Conversation Beliefs
Listening and Asking Better Questions
Making Emotional Connections and Finding Common Ground
Redirect Toxic Conversations and Building Trust
For individuals with schedule conflicts or who live in different time zones, this workshop is recorded and available for registrants to watch on-demand for 30 days.
If you are interested in attending with a group of 14+ from your school/district and want to ensure you are experiencing this workshop as a team, contact us to register for a private session >>
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“This was a great experience and I am excited to continue to learn and grow. I definitely recommend to others. Taking the time to be a engaged learner during our time together will result in new learning and being a better coach!”
“I thought this course was highly beneficial and the skills learned will not only be utilized in my personal life but in my professional life as well. I would recommend this to my colleagues since many of us are in coaching roles/positions. I truly feel I have more resources to have better conversations.”
“I really appreciated the format – especially right now. It was a good variety – presentation, large group discussion, small group discussion, suggestions for readings and reflections on your own time.”
“I wish I had taken this course at the beginning of my career instead of towards the end (although I have a feeling my career will never end; I am having too much fun and courses like this one confirm the passion). It should be a required course for anyone who is in a teaching, coaching, or an administrative role. It would be helpful to pre-service teachers. It is simply the basics to being a good human being.
I am so happy that I invested the time in this class. I must say that Ann Hoffman is perfect for offering this class as she is a beautiful example of better conversation, kindness and respect. I called her ‘an angel with rigor’. Even though the content was beautifully delivered with much respect and demonstrating those habits, there was rigor to the pacing and content of the class.”