Genuine dialogue is breaking down, especially across differences and under the weight of the complex issues facing us. We must be generators of better discourse and sincere inquiry if our relationships, communities, and institutions are to successfully navigate our complex transitions.
This free call is for trained coaches and facilitators interested in exposing themselves to new frames and skills to support them in working with us-them dynamics and creating inclusive cultures that can better navigate differences. Specifically, we’ll focus on tending to the “conversation before the conversation,” that is, key tasks to engage before entering or inviting people into the conversation.
You will learn about:
Practical Neuroscience tips for Interpersonal Dynamics
How to craft powerful invitation for transformative dialogues
Additionally, you will also learn about our 10-week online training for coaches and facilitators called, Coaching in a Time Between Worlds.
Adult developmental and performance consultant / Group facilitator / Author / Professor
Rob McNamara is an author, advisor, and leadership coach with expertise in adult development and human performance. He is a co-founder of the advisory firm Delta Developmental. Rob serves on faculty at the Ivey School of Business' LIFT Advanced Coaching Program and is a former Harvard University Teaching Fellow. McNamara currently advises, trains, and coaches a broad range of initiatives for individuals, organizations, and governments navigating complex civilization-wide problems.
Gabe Menegale Wilson
Author / Professor / Coach / Facilitator / Consultant
Gabe, founder of Developmental Design, is a leadership coach and organizational consultant, with a specialty in diversity and inclusion efforts. He is the co-author of Compassionate Conversations: How to Speak and Listen from the Heart. His work takes us to the intersection of social justice and purpose driven enterprises, design thinking, human psychology and group dynamics.
Gabe studied adult developmental psychology and leadership through Stanford’s Masters program in Policy, Organization, and Leadership Studies (POLS). He was a lecturer at Stanford University for the innovative program, Designing Your Life, where he taught undergraduate and graduate students the principles of design thinking as applied to personal and professional development. He is a certified Integral Facilitator and an associate at Delta Developmental, a leadership and organizational development consultancy. He is a practitioner of meditation in the Zen lineage at the Two Arrows Zen Center.