In this episode we meet with conflict resolution facilitator and author, Priya Parker. We discuss takeaways from her book, “The Art of Gathering” and how to make a gathering meaningful, effective and engaging. In the pursuit of designing more transformational conversations and meetings, Parker encourages us to address the deepest need of the moment in our gatherings, to name a meeting according to its purpose, and to think about when a conversation or a meeting should take place in the context of the “arch of the week”.
In this episode, hosts Katrina Marshall Dyrting and Stig Albertsen are joined by renowned strategy advisor and author Professor Roger Martin to talk about the five strategy questions laid out in his book “Playing to Win”. Through the lens of changing conversations, they discuss a case example from the book: how strategic conversations might have been problematic in the past, what the resulting conversations looked like, and what it took to change those conversations.
In this episode, hosts Katrina Marshall Dyrting and Stig Albertsen are joined by Ørsted CEO Mads Nipper. The episode explores how leaders are never not in conversation and Mads Nipper’s perspective on how he engages in those hundreds of touchpoints each day.
In this introductory episode, hosts Stig Albertsen and Katrina Marshall Dyrting discuss changing conversations in organisations and lay out the foundation for this podcast series: why focus on conversations, what could be possible if we do and who we will meet in the coming episodes?
Dive into our topic on how conversations might be the smallest biggest thing in catalysing transformation.
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