Learning how to have tough conversations isn’t easy … but it is simple. Even kids can learn. Teach your children these skills and see the difference it makes.
Wish you had learned crucial conversation skills earlier in life? Your kids will too. It’s never too early to start teaching kids how to have tough talks. Here’s how it worked for me:
Crucial conversations are worth it — no matter how much time has passed. Whether you’re learning these skills early in life, or it’s taken much longer, it’s never too late to have a crucial conversation.
You haven’t missed your opportunity for confronting the issues you need to face. No matter how long a harmful behaviour or dysfunctional relationship has been happening, there’s still hope for change.
It’s easy to forget how much power lies in social influence. We naturally influence each other all the time. So, how do we harness that influence to bring about organisational change? It starts with you.
Our surroundings can influence us negatively or make us more focused & effective. Why not change your environment to work to your advantage?
At some point, we’ve all chosen to do what we feel like doing rather than doing what’s right. It’s human nature. But that’s not what we really want — for ourselves, our coworkers, or our employees.
Our personal choices don’t always make a difference in how much we eat or how we work. Sometimes it’s the way our lives are structured. Sometimes, to change behaviour, we have to change the structure.
When we strive for change, we can’t just modify any random behaviour. We need to change the vital behaviour that carries disproportionate impact on our success. Finding that vital behaviour is the key to our success.