My focus this year is on 'The Art of Wise Conversations'.
I'm writing a book on the topic with a goal of publishing in early 2024.
Over the break I began reviewing, keeping and discarding my research into human being centred conversations since they became the main focus of my work in 2012.
Ten key themes emerged.
I have placed them in the following manifesto:
Wise Conversations Manifesto
- Human being centred.
- Unearthing and unleashing our best humanness.
- Maintaining high value and mutually rewarding relationships.
- Accentuating joy.
- Nurturing our insights, inspirations, ideas and far-sight.
- Being our best one moment at a time.
- Enhancing our essence (our unique gifts/talents/skills/attitudes)
- Innovating every day, i.e. shifting away from the status quo when sameness is no longer serving us.
- Naming it when we temporarily lose shared-view in our relationships, and stopping to regain it.
- Gratitude is our foundation and having “an attitude of gratitude" our key behaviour.
Today I began exploring these themes privately with my bespoke mentoring clients and also in the public programs where I’m hosting two groups every first Wednesday at 10 AM Melbourne time or 8.30 AM London time.
This second group is full. There are some vacancies for the 10 AM group. The topic for March is Trust. You can learn more here or contact me on +61 418 807 898. I will catch you up privately after your registration on the first topic of Respect.
The program examines what I have come to call the The Nine Essential Seats of a Wise Conversation Circle.
Each of the nine leads us deeper in the themes of the manifesto, and how we can apply them in our own best way.
Become the wise leader you want to be.
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