Using Compassionate and Empathetic Language — Meaningful Conversations Workshop 3 of 6
Too often, we use language that blocks compassion and alienates us from our natural state of empathy. How can we care for others when our language blocks us from even caring for ourselves?
Meaningful conversations can’t be had without compassion and empathy. When we judge others, analyze their faults, evaluate or criticize them, classify and compare individuals, or deny our own role and fail to take responsibility, we are, in fact, using language that alienates us.
Compassion and empathy allow us to have meaningful conversations that lead to big wins, break down walls, build bridges, and create connection. This workshop is designed to help you use compassionate and empathetic language in conversations that matter most to you.
In this workshop you’ll learn how to:
● Differentiate between alienating language and connecting language
● Listen for connection, express needs, and take responsibility for feelings
● Engage in shared power through compassion and understanding
● Be present in the conversation to build empathy and rapport
Meaningful Conversations Workshop Series
This workshop is part of a six-workshop series that will give you the hands-on and applied learning experience you need to master your communication and have meaningful conversations.
Click the links below to learn more about and register for each individual workshop.
The workshop series is packaged at a member rate of $159 for all six workshops or $30 for each individual workshop, and a non-member rate of $199 for all six workshops or $35 for each individual workshop.
Click here to register for all six workshops.
Click here to register for the introductory webinar to this workshop series on September 21.
About the PresenterDr. Pardeep Kullar is the Founder and Chief Learning Officer of Kullar College, an executive education institute that specializes in leadership development and training. She is certified as an Executive Coach and has worked with leaders in Fortune 1-500 companies.
Dr. Kullar has also had a full career track in higher education administration where she has served as the Provost and Vice President at a number of colleges and universities. She graduated with a doctorate degree in Organizational Leadership from Pepperdine University where she learned how to lead organizations into more effective positions.
Dr. Kullar is recognized as a Top 100 Leader in Education by the Global Forum on Education & Learning, and has been featured in NY Times, LA Times, NBC, Fox, and CBS. She has led webinars and workshops for ATD, PiHRA, Pepperdine Graziadio School of Business, Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, and numerous other organizations.
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