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The Power of Great Questions and Better Listening for Engaging Dialogue

Join us for a stimulating conversation about the art of dialogue. Our experts will share their stories and strategies for more honest, open and insightful communication with team members and within organizations. They will explore ways to:

  • strengthen our listening to engage more deeply in conversations that matter
  • invite new ideas and hear new things
  • level-up our questioning and listening skills, as individuals and as organizations, to engage in dialogue that is more meaningful

Tune in to learn how to ask better questions and listen more openly to the perspectives of others. Discover how to embrace empathy and curiosity as foundations for better dialogue, both within and beyond government.

While this approach to dialogue applies anytime, we will give some consideration to stories and contexts unique to the easing of COVID-19 restrictions.


Date and time:
August 18, 2020 | 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm (ET)
Registration deadline:
10 am (ET) on August 18, 2020
Language:
English
Location:
Available across Canada by webcast
Audience:
All public servants at all levels
Speaker:
  • Ryan Hum, Vice President, Information Data Management, Canada Energy Regulator
  • Samantha Slade, Author of Going Horizontal and co-founder of Percolab
Moderator:
  • Isabelle Mondou, Deputy Minister for the COVID-19 response (communications), Privy Council Office

Date and time:
August 18, 2020 | 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm (ET)
Registration deadline:
10 am (ET) on August 18, 2020
Language:
French
Location:
Available across Canada by webcast
Audience:
All public servants at all levels
Speaker:
  • Elodie Jacquet, SFU Centre for Dialogue
  • Samantha Slade, Author of Going Horizontal and co-founder of Percolab
Moderator:
  • Isabelle Mondou, Deputy Minister for the COVID-19 response (communications), Privy Council Office

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