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LEARNING ATTITUDE

“THE HEALTH OF RELATIONSHIPS, TEAMS AND ORGANIZATIONS IS A FUNCTION OF THE AVERAGE LAG TIME BETWEEN IDENTIFYING AND DISCUSSING PROBLEMS.

JOSEPH GRENNY

ALIGN PERFORMANCE WITH EXPECTATIONS

Educators continually face challenges regarding policy, performance, resources, and behavior. Having skills to address these challenges—with administrators, teachers, parents and students—can spell the difference between failure and success.

Crucial Conversations for K-12 equips educators with skills to address tough issues and achieve alignment and agreement for improved results at all levels of education.

Crucial Conversations

REAL DATA GATHERED FROM REAL TECH LEADERS

While anecdotes about Tech culture make for fun social commentary, we wondered whether Tech is truly idiosyncratic and whether it matters. Through a survey of 3,500 Tech employees and in-depth interviews with senior and mid-level managers, we found:

  • Seven cultural challenges in Tech that require a unique set of leadership competencies
  • Strategies Tech leaders can use to address four of these key cultural challenges
  • Team performance improves to the degree that leaders employ and become skilled in said strategies and competencies

Crucial Conversation

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Crucial Accountability

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SEE THE SKILLS IN ACTION

When you attend Crucial Conversations for K-12, you’ll learn how to address interpersonal challenges honestly and respectfully. Learners practice the skills, receive feedback, and leave training with a skillset they can immediately put to use. You’ll learn how to:

  • Defuse anger, frustration, and withdrawal by making it safe to dialogue.
  • Clarify misunderstandings without belittling.
  • Identify sources of motivation for yourself and others.
  • Respectfully get others to talk about difficult issues.
  • Keep conversations on track and going smoothly.
  • Foster responsibility and accountability for yourself and others.