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The Typology of Conversation Worksheet

Many teams tend to develop patterns of conversation during meetings – conversations that have varying degrees of advocacy and inquiry. As a leader, you can help the team raise their level of awareness for the type of conversation currently happening, and take steps to act on this awareness to boost team effectiveness. This worksheet will help you and your team identify the type of conversation happening in the room, as well as the ideal type to achieve important meeting objectives.

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  • How to Sharpen the Focus of Teams to Achieve More
    by Jonathan on May 10, 2019 at 7:34 pm

    Focusing on what’s most important for achieving key objectives is challenging in the conditions of constant change. Fires, distracting issues, and ad-hoc challenges abound. It gets even more complicated in the context of meetings, where there are multiple people in the room - as each has the potential to shape the attention of the group with everything they say. If the team in question reports to you, it can be tempting to step in and be directive when attention and focus dissipates during a team meeting - but then this can foster dependence on you to get things done. So how can you develop focus in your team while keeping members empowered? […]

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  • How to Support Leaders’ Growth by Developing Their Attention
    by Virginia on May 10, 2019 at 7:54 pm

    As leaders work to shape their attention, they develop a capacity to control their behavior, emotions, and thoughts in the pursuit of long-term goals. Rather than reacting by impulse, they develop the capacity to respond in a mindful way. In other words, they build their skill in thinking before acting. This is sometimes referred to as “regulating” attention, which involves directing attention consciously for a specific developmental purpose, and sustaining it there despite distraction. […]

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