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Learn to speak up for what really matters
In Having Hard Conversations, Jennifer Abrams showed educators how to confront colleagues about work-related issues through a planned, interactive, and personal approach. In this sequel, readers move deeper into preparing for those conversations while building expectations for meaningful outcomes. Emphasizing what needs to happen before, during, and after hard conversations, this resource explores
- What humane, growth-producing, and "other-centered" conversations sound like
- How to recognize and account for culture, gender, and generational filters
- How to spot and work with organizational dynamics that could influence discussions
- How to conduct hard conversations with supervisors
About: Learn to speak up for what really matters In Having Hard Conversations, Jennifer Abrams showed educators how to confront colleagues about work-related issues through a planned, interactive, and personal approach.
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