The Power of Conversation

The Power of Conversation


A storytellers approach to conversations on racism with Lachelle King

‘We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them,’ Einstein once said. And yet, whilst this is not a new concept, it’s one that today’s organizations are still struggling with. We are more connected than ever before – digitally, socially, globally – and yet the ability to hold deeper accountable conversations with our customers has never been less likely. In fact, the ability to have a meaningful conversation with anyone has never been less likely. In today’s society, we are all so busy, so distracted, and so addicted to our phones that we’ve lost the ability to hold a conversation where you look someone in the eye and actually listen to what they have to say.

There are many tools that can help us become better conversationalists and here at America’s Dinner Table we want to empower you to be better communicators so it’s easier to talk about the conversations that make us uncomfortable.

It’s time to master the art of conversation! If you find it hard to have a conversation, you’re not alone.

In this out of the box talk, lead diversity facilitator Lachelle King highlight’s her particular approach as a self-dubbed storyteller on moving away from “traditional” diversity training approaches to intentionally engage her audience into breaking down difficult conversations on racism.

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