Dialogue: Now You're Talking! 4 Program Set
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Through a series of dramatizations this unique series explores the rules and techniques that distinguish a Dialogue from other forms of communication, such as Debate or Negotiation. Examined are how we can break the surface of the often unspoken assumptions, in ourselves and in others, that can stand in the way of effective organizational communication. In so doing we build mutual trust and respect.
Each of the four video programs explore the Six Basic Rules of Dialogue
and provides practical examples and training exercises aimed at helping to implement Dialogue in your organization: What is Dialogue?
- contrasting debate and dialogue. Initiating Dialogue
- how to do it, where to do it. The Skills of Dialogue
of judgment, decision making and status; listening
with empathy, for understanding, showing you care; discovery
or uncovering and sharing hidden assumptions in yourself and others.Communicating in a Diverse World
includes a dramatization of how Dialogue helps us communicate across job functions, helping improve relations between people at different levels within the organization as well as between different departments or areas of expertise. (25 minutes)Dialogue for Cultural Understanding
shows how the skills of Dialogue are used in challenges faced in diverse work environments. The dramatization demonstrates how dialogue can be used to open communication, uncover hidden assumptions, break down stereotypes and facilitate more productive relationships. (24 minutes)Dialogue Between Genders
is a dramatized dialogue that shows how the Dialogue Skills can be used to overcome misunderstandings, break down gender stereotypes and improve communications between men and women at work. (21 minutes)Dialogue Among Generations
demonstrates how the skills of dialogue can be used to bridge the personal and professional style differences that exist between different age groups. Shown are divergent personal and world views common to different generations that can lead to misunderstandings and distrust. (24 minutes)
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