Having difficult conversations is an inevitable part of life. Whether addressing a sensitive issue with a loved one or discussing a challenging topic with a coworker or employee. However, avoiding these conversations can lead to resentment, misunderstandings, and even damage relationships. That’s why mastering the art of having difficult conversations is essential for personal and professional growth.
In this episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with Erin Wood about the difference between telling the truth and telling the whole truth. Her insights on how to show up authentically and have tough conversations in a vulnerable and empathetic way were truly inspiring. By embracing vulnerability and grace, we can shift our leadership style and show our team that we care about them and are willing to figure things out together.
Throughout the episode, you can expect to learn more about Erin’s techniques and strategies in:
- Approaching difficult conversations with compassion and honesty.
- Creating a safe space for uncomfortable truths.
- Encouraging leaders to show up and be truthful.
- Balancing truth and consequences in difficult situations.
- Grab Erin’s free resource, “The Hard Conversations Toolbox”.
Erin is a mom, wife, and CEO. She is a certified life coach who helps high-achieving women stay happily married to introverts. As a life coach, Erin helps you reconnect with yourself so you can create the abundant life you’re excited about. She teaches you how to communicate, love unconditionally, and create time for yourself.
Erin helps you uncover limiting beliefs, pitfalls, and other distractions you may not have noticed. Her goal is to help you stop holding yourself back and to stop self-sabotage. Erin believes that you are the only one who can change you, that you are the only one in your own way, and that it’s time to be yourself again.
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