Topics We Explored:
- What the three different types of conversations are
- Why proactive communication is key to navigating and re-negotiating commitments, especially in business
- How the Enneagram test can be a good basis to know the default way in which we interpret our experiences
- Why setting up boundaries in a conversation can be difficult, as well as the importance of being able to articulate what your emotions are within a conversation
“Here is where it’s very important that we pay attention to all the work around deliberate practice. You get good by doing things over and over again, with the intent to improve.” – Amiel Handelsman (Tweet this.)
Links and Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
- Amiel Handelsman
- Making Effective Requests: A Cheat Sheet
- The Sacred Enneagram by Christopher Heuertz
- Start Finishing by Charlie Gilkey
About Amiel Handelsman:
Amiel Handelsman is a seasoned executive coach with 20+ years of experience helping organizations navigate complexity. Working as a partner and guide, he helps leaders and teams design new conversational architecture and leadership practices. His “cheerfully real” approach combines the friendly warmth of a Michigan upbringing, the frankness of New York City roots, and a life-long fascination with making ideas actionable. He especially enjoys working in the arenas of green business and climate change.
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