In many ways, leaders are conversational architects. Their role is to create effective conversations that produce both quantitative and qualitative outcomes. This is why looking at the conversational nature of an organization opens up a whole new world of possibilities. What does it take for a leader to create an effective and impactful conversation? What roles do language, body and mood/emotions play in the creation of an effective conversation?
Dive into this fascinating conversation regarding leadership and conversation with Tini and Chalmers Brothers. Chalmers is a best-selling author, certified personal/executive coach, consultant, seminar leader and speaker. Chalmers has 32 years of experience, working in the domains of leadership development, workplace culture, and emotional intelligence. He is a faculty member in The Coach Partnership’s Newfield and Team Coaching certification programs.
His books – Language and the Pursuit of Happiness (2005) and Language and the Pursuit of Leadership Excellence (2015) have been adopted by leadership / coaching programs at: Georgetown University, George Mason University, Harley-Davidson Motor Company, Newfield in U.S, Europe and Asia, NASA/Goddard Space Center, and many others.