How to Have Powerful Conversations
In the business world, success occurs through conversations.
Additionally, our conversations shape our brains and the way we interpret reality. Choices we make in language and behavior influence our neurochemistry as well as our emotions. We have more influence over ourselves and others than we realize.

But, there are predictable reasons why successful conversations break down. With awareness of sabotage patterns and through learning new skills, we can improve the quality of conversations both for ourselves and for our teams.
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