The Brave New World of Speaking Up, With Respect, Every Time

FREE WEBINAR | 19th October 2021 | 10 AM AEDT


“The health of any relationship, team, or organization can be measured by the lag between identifying and discussing problems.”

— Joseph Grenny

Having and managing tough conversations feels more important than it has ever been as we continue to navigate an increasingly dynamic world, where the boundaries between personal and professional remain blurred.

Not only have we invited our colleagues and clients into our home offices, discussions around previously sensitive and somewhat taboo topics such as conspiracies, politics, vaccine mandates and home schooling seem overwhelmingly present in daily conversations.

Distance doesn’t always make the heart grow fonder.

Whenever you’re not getting the results you want, it’s likely an important conversation either hasn’t happened or hasn’t been handled well.  When you couple the inherent challenge of communicating remotely with uncertain and turbulent times, creating a cohesive and successful remote team can feel like an uphill battle.

When opinions vary, the stakes are high and emotions are strong, this is where conversations turn crucial.

Join us on Tuesday 19th of October, 10am AEDT as Vice President of Development and Delivery, Emily Gregory and Master Trainer, Justin Hale share their expert advice on navigating tough conversations during turbulent times.

In this one-hour free webinar, they will share:

  • Why having tough conversations has become more crucial than ever
  • The importance of sharing good intent and its impact on the outcome of your conversations
  • How to successfully hold a crucial conversation
  • How to navigate complex career-related conversations
  • Our journey in expanding beyond the literal and virtual walls of corporate learning



DATE: 19th OCT 2021

TIME: 10 am AEDT




Emily Gregory

Vice President of Development and Delivery

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Justin Hale

Senior Training Designer and Master Trainer

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19th October 2021 | 10 am AEDT | Virtual Event


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