In a world that often looks and feels like it’s spinning out of control, are we losing the ability to actually talk to each other and listen to what
In a world that often looks and feels like it’s spinning out of control, are we losing the ability to actually talk to each other and listen to what we are saying? More importantly, how can we seek to solve our most pressing problems in society when we’ve stopped listening and collaborating. In order to challenge our most pressing problems in society and business, we need to build strong collaboration skills grounded in understanding, open engagement, optionality and a commitment to mutual value-creation. Collaboration improves the way you work with others to problem solve and drive openness and acceptance of new ideas and new ways of thinking.
Join Douglas Coll BComm’89, Founder of LeaderVision Atlantic and the donor of the LeaderVision Atlantic Wicked Problems Award at Saint Mary’s University for a thought provoking discussion on trust, collaboration & conversational intelligence. As an accredited conversation coach (C-IQ) and business consultant, Doug has a passion for building trust and enhancing communication through conversational effectiveness. Using conversational tools such as issue-framing, double-clicking and the neurology of conversations, we can all achieve a higher level of creative solutioning around our most pressing problems.