Techniques for Real Dialogue in Organisations


 
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Techniques for Real Dialogue in Organisations
Gerard Leigh, Premium Member
How does one get people to see the difference between advocacy and dialogue? Many conversations that take place in organisations are designed to have (or at least result in having) a winner i.e. "My argument or idea is better than yours…", or "I am more senior, therefore we'll do it my way".
I am interested in techniques that people have used to help people see the benefits of real dialogue....
 

 
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Jaap de Jonge, Editor
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srinivas, Member
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Roland Alech, Member
My way is to keep everybody focused on "what do we...
 

 
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Johan Roels, Member
Hi Gerard, I've written a book (in Dutch language)...
 

 
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Bernhard Keim, Premium Member
Modern philosophy might help on the topic. The Ger...
 

   

 
Many Interesting Perspectives on Real Dialogue in Organisations
Katie Pawley MBA, Member
This is an interesting and necessary discussion, v...
 

 
Techniques for Dialogue in Organizations
melchiorre calabrese, Member
I think that you have all done good reflections ab...
 

 
Value Perspective
Justine Bradney, Member
Hi Gerard,
If you are after dialogue, then va...
 

 
 

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