Our Featured Team Member Video
Robin Anselmi discusses the importance of love in the workplace.
The Connection Diaries
Our short video series on topics we know are important to our clients and larger community. Every few weeks we share our perspectives and resources for successfully leading through times of challenge, uncertainty and change.
Below you'll find a few of our most recent episodes. You can explore all of the Connection Diaries videos here.
Ep. 11: Connected Leadership - What is it & why does it matter now?
Ep. 12: How do we address mental health & well-being at work?
Evelyn Jonkman and Emma Rose Connolly joined Robin Anselmi to share how mental health & well-being relate to the quality of connection and conversation in our organizations, hypothesizing that the principles for fostering workplace vitality are the same ones that impact our individual and collective health.
The Vitality Imperative Video Series
Our video series on the principles and foundations of Connected Leadership.
Conversant introduces The Vitality Imperative book and what you will learn from reading it.
Colin Pidd shares more about the importance of cultivating wonder in organizations.
Richard McDonald shares more about cultivating a sense of presence.
Mickey Connolly shares the presence-empathy deep dive.
Mickey Connolly discusses how to accelerate results in your team.
The Conversant team explains Connected Leadership.
The Communication Catalyst Interview Series
Our video series on the principles of communication from The Communication Catalyst. Interview segments are conducted by Jim Canfield, CEO of Renaissance Executive Forums.
Introduction to The Communication Catalyst.
Communication versus conversation.
Understanding conversational reciprocity.
Creating value versus waste in work.
More about creating cycles of value at work.
How to avoid cycles of waste.
Understanding people's purposes and concerns.
An example of understanding purpose.
Understanding bioreactions and physiological changes.
Understanding the conversation meter.
Additional thoughts about the conversation meter.
Understanding pretense on the conversation meter.