Difficult conversations are everywhere and we cannot avoid them!
At work, with friends and family: you have been there and you will be there again!
Maybe, next time, it would be better to not talk about Critical Race Theory, the 2020 election, immigration, climate change...
How long can you pretend you are not hearing what is said?
Have you really lost all hope for understanding, connection, and positive impact?
No? Not completely?
What if you had support, new skills, and even experience?
What if when the opportunity for conversation appears, you didn't feel awful?
What if, instead, you felt you had tools and the support of hundreds of people who are doing the same thing?
That is what Speaking Justice is all about.
In this course, I give you the tools to master difficult conversations.
This is just the beginning because tools are essential, but without practice they are worthless.
That's why I also show you how to practice.
That's why I am giving you my most valuable preparation tool: the Speaking Justice Handbook.
Again, this is all wonderful, but tools and practice are still not enough: you also need support.
That's why everyone who takes this course becomes part of the Speaking Justice Community.
You will have access to our Community Practice Sessions and will practice and explore your difficult conversations in a safe and fun space.
And guess what? In a supportive community, even difficult conversations can be fun!
We all need laughter, connection, and support!
That is what Speaking Justice provides: tools, practice, and support.
With us, you will be able to master difficult conversations at home, with friends, and at work.
The Speaking Justice Course content includes:
Learning to master our main tools: the Five Habits of Speaking Justice. The Five Habits revolve around your voice. They are the key to using your voice with impact and empathy.
Building a toolkit for engaging in difficult conversations with a variety of resources I share in the course.
Growing awareness of the preparations that are useful when entering into difficult conversations. This includes knowing your goals, other ways to measure success, and understanding your own beliefs.
Practicing the application of the Speaking Justice Method to engage in difficult conversations with our Handbook.
Extra resources and opportunities for direct feedback!
Learn more about Speaking Justice: www.speakingjustice.org