Craig Weber helps people and teams improve their performance by treating dialogue as a discipline. His unique work is outlined in his best-selling book Conversational Capacity: The Secret to Building Successful Teams that Perform When the Pressure is On (McGraw-Hill, 2013), and its sequel, Influence in Action: How to Build Your Conversational Capacity, Do Meaningful Work, and Make a Powerful Difference
He has worked with people and teams from such diverse organizations as Boeing, Intel, Pfizer, SAP, Suncorp Australia, Kaiser-Permanente, NASA, The Royal Bank of Canada, The Bank of Hawaii, the U.S Air Force, Los Alamos National Labs, and the Pancreatic
Cancer Action Network.
1. Learn about conversational capacity
2. Help build a better workplace or community.
3. Explore your own conversational capacity using the framework.
4. Using it to create healthier, more effective projects, teams, and organizations
If we’re to create healthier, more effective projects, teams, and organizations we must pay
attention to a foundational competence on which every critical activity depends:
conversational capacity – the ability to engage in mindful, constructive, learning-focused
dialogue about difficult subjects, in challenging circumstances, and across tough
Sitting at the crossroads of leadership, teamwork, and interpersonal effectiveness, this
presentation is for anyone – regardless of role or rank – who is eager to help build a better
workplace or community.
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