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10 Glenlake Pkwy NE

10 Glenlake Parkway Northeast, Suite 130

South Tower

Atlanta, GA 30328

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In light of recent current events, it is more important than ever to courageously engage in honest and meaningful conversations with those around us. We all have beliefs, values and a plethora of opinions and if we allow those opinions to close down our ability to hear, it is unlikely that any change can occur between two people. In this introductory, experiential workshop, Alexandria and McKenzie will show you how to improve your listening skills and ask powerful questions to help create courageous conversations.

You will learn:

  • Four kinds of listening and how and when to use them

  • How to keep conversations open and flowing

  • How to honor differences and still stay in conversation

  • How to create the conditions for groups of people to have effective conversations

Alexandria Barabin Harris and McKenzie Wren have been working with groups of people to have conversations about race, bias, education and inclusion for numerous years. They believe that listening may not solve every problem but good listening creates the conditions to be able to learn from each other, understand hopes and fears and help something new emerge. This powerful workshop will help you deepen your impact by improving your communication skills.


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10 Glenlake Pkwy NE

10 Glenlake Parkway Northeast, Suite 130

South Tower

Atlanta, GA 30328

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No Refunds

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