How great leaders have difficult conversations - #025
In today’s episode, we're talking about how great leaders have difficult conversations.
I want to continue the discussion around racism, privilege, and adding the layer of having hard conversations, especially as a leader.
This is the thing, in order to be heard, in order to get through to another person, we MUST be able to communicate effectively in such a way that the other person, or group of people, can hear what it is that we have to say and, by doing so change their own beliefs around something.
When we disagree, the only way to bridge that gap is by understanding and learning how to communicate effectively.
If you have felt confused or lost not knowing what to say or do, now is the time to be rigorous with your own bias, your own false assumptions, your own limitations, now is the time to learn how great leaders have difficult conversations.
Book mentioned: How to Have Impossible Conversations: A Very Practical Guide
Podcast mentioned in this episode:
#134 — Beyond the Politics of Race with guest Coleman Hughes – Making Sense with Sam Harris
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