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Conversations that Get Results and Inspire Collaboration: Engage Your Team, Your Peers, and Your Manager to Take Action by Shawn Kent Hayashi

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APPENDIX

The 12 Conversations and How to Use Them to Collaborate

Here is a brief look at each of the conversation types.

Conversation for Connection

Connecting with others happens when we slow down enough to be in the present and really listen to one another. Rapport building requires listening now. Can you be here now? Powerful listening causes trust to grow.

Conversation for Creating New Possibilities

Knowing what we want to create and letting ourselves dream are the first two steps in conversations for creating new possibilities. Conversations can also be the triggers to professional development. Sometimes the questions a manager or colleague asks help us to understand a situation better. We begin to see what is possible.

Conversation for ...

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