UpcomingCOMING TO ICF-CT DEC. 1: Judith E. Glaser – World Expert in Conversational Intelligence

  • December 1, 2017
    8:00 am - 12:00 pm

SAVE THE DATE: December 1, 2017

Stay tuned for announcement and registration opening on Oct. 20, 2017!

 

 

The Alchemy of Conversations: What happens in .07 Seconds

To get to the next level of greatness, depends on the quality of the culture, which deepens on the quality of relationships, which depends on the quality of conversations. 

Everything happens through conversations!”  Judith E. Glaser

The key to success in life and business is to master Conversational Intelligence® at the moment of contact. It’s not about how smart you are, but how open and agile you are to learning new and powerful conversational rituals that prime the brain for trust, partnership, and mutual success.

This session translates 30 years of client success with a wealth of new insights that have come from neuroscience research – and couples them with the most powerful framework that enables us to be WISE and FIT for the challenges facing all organizations today globally.

Experience a highly engaging, provocative and transformational session facilitated by Organizational Anthropologist, author and Chairman of The CreatingWE Institute, Judith E. Glaser – the world’s leading expert in Conversational Intelligence®Learn how you can activate your hardwired conversational agility and ability for coaching individuals, teams and organizations to get to their next level of greatness.

This session will offer ‘speed exercises’ and deep dive, focusing on Conversational Matrix.

Experience for participants will include:

  • Interactive learning using video and multimedia tools
  • Developing the “ExperiMentor’s Mindset” (mentors of the experiment)
  • Activating Wisdom, Innovation, Strategy, Empathy as well as Foresight, Insight and Trust – Level III Conversations.
  • Participants will learn to identify and use the 3 Levels of Conversational Intelligence.
  • Explore video clips, Conversational Rituals, exercises and frameworks that will turn foes into friendsand transactions into transformations overnight
  • Conversational Matrix (one page tool to be printed by ICF)

Participants should arrive with: something to take notes, notebook, pen

 

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Venue Phone: 203-929-1500

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Address:
780 Bridgeport Ave., Shelton, Connecticut, 06484, United States

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Richard Stephen Janis

Rich Janis is a team and leadership effectiveness coach, organization development and change practitioner, researcher, adjunct faculty member, assessment and survey specialist. His areas of expertise include strategic and operational planning, workforce assessments, leadership and team development, organizational change leadership, and coaching. Workforce assessments focus on solutions for selecting, hiring, developing, managing, engaging, and retaining high-quality employees. He provides organizational change leadership assistance helping to plan, organize and prepare people for the implementation of change including new technology, business processes, organizational structures, job alignment, roles and responsibilities, leadership, skill and competency building. Rich has deep experience providing business, leadership and organization development services for a broad range of industries: medical, financial, health care, higher education, and insurance. He has worked as an internal director and as part of external consultant firms for both non-profit and for-profit organizations. A sampling of the organizations Rich has served includes Yale University, Boston University PricewaterhouseCoopers, Kaiser Permanente, Aetna, The Hartford Financial Services Company, and Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. Rich has completed a doctorate degree in Business Administration (DBA), Masters (MBA) in Business and Human Resource Management, Masters of Education (MEd) in Organizational Development, and Project Management from schools including Western New England College, American University, University of Massachusetts, Nova, Columbia, and George Washington Universities. His doctoral dissertation focused on leadership competencies and behaviors in the program and project management environment.