Radio Show #377: How to Have Meaningful, Drama-Free Dialogue as a Leader

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Special Guest: Beth Wonson: Founder of Navigating Challenging Dialogue Beth founded Navigating Challenging Dialogue in 2015 out of frustration for the ways in which traditional leadership skills fail the mission and goals of organizations. Beth realized one of the most critical needs was an awareness of the importance of emotional self-management. By exploring how our brains work, Beth recognized how emotions and thinking errors impact our ability to create positive work environments. By applying what she learned into her practice with clients, she developed the process of Navigating Challenging Dialogue. The four-stage NCD Process is for managing yourself and your ability to communicate effectively with curiosity and clarity. The NCD Process is unique in that it is successful in any place where human interaction is critical. The mission of Beth Wonson & Company is to bring Navigating Challenging Dialogue to everyone who wants to have meaningful, drama-free dialogue. We provide leadership coaching, consulting, and training rooted in the NCD Process so our clients are able to stop wasting valuable resources through miscommunication, unhealthy conflict, and unnecessary drama. Join us as we discuss the Navigating Challenging Dialogue process, successful in any place where human interaction is critical. “Mastering Feedback: Everything You’ve Never Been Told About How to Give Feedback”. Beth's book is based on the NCD process and teaches the 4-step process Beth discusses in the show. Find out more here https://navigatingchallengingdialogue.com/mastering Host: Jo Moffatt

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