About The Webinar
Remember that time you tried to change someone’s mind? How well did it go? For most of us, it becomes an argument. The more people argue, the more defensive they become and the more attached everyone becomes to their own worldview, including you. Most of us are not intentionally trying to be difficult.
How can we shift stuck arguments into more productive discussions? If presenting new information and ‘facts’ doesn’t work, what can we do? The brain is resistant to change. It works with and reinforces familiar patterns for predictability. To change minds, to open explorations, these patterns need to be disrupted.
While this sounds simplistic, talking less, being more curious, asking good questions and listening more maps a road to better discussions.
In this webinar, we will introduce you to the Worldview Intelligence SHEER Framework, from our e-learning course Conflict Avoidance to Productive Outcomes. It provides a 5-point structure to introduce enough uncertainty in someone’s attachment to their worldview that conversations become possible.
The 5 points of SHEER are: S – Stance or how you are planning to arrive to the conversation, situation or relationship; H – Hoped for Outcomes – or what you want to achieve with the conversation, person or situation; E – Empathy and compassion that you can bring; E – Engaging/inviting the conversation; and R – Results and Reflection, what happened what did you learn.
At the end of the session, you’ll walk away with actionable insight into inviting worldview explorations. Sign up today and begin transforming difficult conversations!
- Understand the brain science behind worldview attachments.
- Discover why arguing or the presentation of facts does not persuade someone to change their mind.
- Work with the Worldview Intelligence SHEER Framework to reflect on your conflict situation and develop a new approach
Join us for our webinar on why arguing doesn't change minds, but what might!
• A 90 minute zoom call, hosted by Kathy and Jerry, interactive with other participants
• $45 registration fee
• Access to a recording of the call for 30 days post the session