Conversations Worth Having
Does your team tackle issues by focusing on what’s wrong, getting bogged down in why a solution won’t work? I can tell you from experience, things go much better, faster, when you look at what’s working and find solutions from that starting point. Deficit-based conversations that focus on what’s wrong, what’s missing, or what’s broken provide information about what can be corrected. Asset-based conversations strengthen relationships and generate possibilities toward a shared vision. Want to help your team become better problem solvers together? Check out Conversations Worth Having — the best-selling book, the virtual workshop, and now offered as on-demand bootcamps. It’s never been easier to learn and apply the principles that foster connection, innovation, and success.
Hat tip to Kelly Stewart who told me about Conversations Worth Having and the many options they have for helping teams and their leaders problem-solve productively.