29 Jul 2020

From 7:30 PM until 9:00 pm

Do you ever find yourself disagreeing with someone and don’t feel good at the end of the conversation?

How comfortable are you with conflict? Do you have to be right? Or do you usually give in? Maybe you avoid conflict altogether?

This is a workshop about communicating more effectively, particularly around conflict or disagreement.

In this workshop you will:

  • Learn tips for shifting a challenging conversation into a productive conversation
  • Discover how to bridge different points of view with deeper understanding
  • Practice expanding your ability to navigate conflict in a positive way

If you would like to discover how to turn a tough conversation into an easier one, then come explore ways to navigate charged conversations.

This 90 minutes free workshop is facilitated by Insight Lead facilitator Leslie Boyer.

For over three decades, Leslie has travelled the globe to assist both individuals and Fortune 100 business leaders on how to enhance their personal and professional lives. In her years of working with thousands of people across a wide spectrum of cultures, she discovered that people everywhere share a common desire; to connect with what is meaningful to them and discover ways to shift their actions to align with that vision.

Leslie has been involved with Insight Seminars for several decades and leads all levels of the seminars Insight offers. She has designed numerous workshops and programs over the years working with people from all walks of life.

The David Allen Company contracted Leslie to help develop their flagship training Getting Things DoneTM. As one of their top Presenters, she delivered Keynote Speeches, Executive Coaching, presented GTDTM workshops as well as trained the staff of presenters to deliver GTDTM.

Leslie founded a boutique consulting company in Germany and delivered workshops on productivity, communication and leadership development throughout Europe for six years. Since relocating back to the U.S. in 2012, she has continued working in the profit and not-for-profit sectors.