- March 17, 2019
- 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
California Institute of Integral Studies
1453 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Conversations happen all the time—from mindless to mindful, ignorant to intelligent. Your ability to engage in important conversations can make or break your personal and professional relationships.
Conversational intelligence is the capacity to learn and understand the positive differences you can make during important conversations. It includes the power of growing and gathering resources to meet any challenge that may present itself during these conversations. In life and relationships, there are many.
In this experiential workshop, Daniel Ellenberg provides an approach for understanding the common opportunities and impediments to meaningful conversations. Learn to traverse delicate interpersonal situations and relationships with awareness, intention, and compassion—all while getting your points across.
Join Daniel for an exploration of the cues and clues that increase the likelihood of creating successful results in conversations. Learn to build interpersonal courage muscles to move effectively from initiation to completion. Understand the difference between assumptions, interpretations, and conclusions. Discover practices to diminish reactivity and inspire positive participation. Walk away with tools for growing awareness, clarifying intention, calming yourself, and mapping a clear communication course.
Daniel Ellenberg, PhD is a leadership coach, organizational trainer, executive advisor and licensed therapist. He is a principle in Rewire Leadership Institute and Relationships That Work. He leads Strength with Heart men's groups and seminars and is a board member of the Wellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom and CIIS. He co-created and delivered a resilience training program for several NASA space centers and is the co-author of Lovers for Life: Creating Lasting Passion, Trust, and True Partnership, as well as a contributor to The Communication Path and Mastering the Art of Success. He is a lead researcher in exploring the role of interpersonal courage in the workplace.
He leads both professional and personal workshops that focus on building resilience, overcoming misunderstandings, developing self-compassion, and helping men liberate themselves from constrictive sex roles. Daniel helps people realize that their greatest assets lay in their own curiosity, authenticity, and willingness to embrace change. He specializes in helping leaders both craft and deliver their messages to individuals, teams, and boards, and throughout the entire organization. He helps leaders understand the critical success factors that turn assumptions, misunderstandings, and conflicts into clear, precise, and productive conversations.