A 7 Step Guide to Civil Conversations
Inclusive Language & Communication • 2m 22s
Discover this helpful 7-step process for productive discussions with those whose perspectives differ from your own. Learn how to have civil conversations that build trust, understanding, and mutual respect through curiosity, active listening, and verbal affirmations, versus trying to “win.”
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