“If we can see ourselves as a collective instead of these individuals living these individual lives, then we begin to have more empathy for each other and show up and care for each other better and differently.” – Dr. Nancy Dome
I hope you’re all ready for another incredible interview on today’s Become an Unstoppable Woman podcast. Because I’m digging into ways to approach difficult conversations with communications expert, Dr. Nancy Dome.
Dr. Nancy Dome’s book, Let’s Talk About Race (And Other Hard Things), came out earlier this year and I feel so lucky to have snagged her for the show. She’s teaching all about how to have difficult conversations, especially around race and politics, but the tactics she provides today will up your communications game in so many ways. Trust me.
Because she’s teaching a specific formula that you can apply to having any conversation – hard or not. These are actionable tools that will help strengthen your relationships and help you stand up for your beliefs in a non-reactive way that shows compassion.
YOU’RE ABOUT TO LEARN:
- The inspiration behind Nancy’s book
- The difference between allies and co-conspirators (and why the latter is where you want to be)
- How to apply the Compassionate Dialog (or the RIR protocol – recognize, interrupt through inquiry, and repair)
…and so much more.
You’re going to want to have a notepad for this one, and you’ll want to bookmark this page because I think it’s one to listen to many times over. I’ve already talked a lot about DEI work here on the podcast, but today we’re blending that with communications skills, which is something EVERYONE needs in life.
Listen at the top of the page.
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