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  • Course Code: F16-5-RW

     This is a recorded webinar, provided by SOLS. It is available free of charge, on demand. It was recorded November 2016.

    Build Trust One Conversation at a Time

    Every word, phrase, interaction, or even silence can have a profound ripple effect – for good, better, or worse.

    Most people are well meaning, want to do great work, and get along. But when the stakes and pressures escalate we often default to interaction styles that can be counter-productive. Despite good intentions, we can experience or trigger unintended results such as:  misunderstandings; breakdown in trust; conversation & relationship disconnect and more.

    Conversational Intelligence® (C‐IQ®) Teaches Us How to Do Better

    Each conversation has the potential to trigger a reaction – emotionally and in our neurochemistry. This can either shut down or open up our levels of trust; our ability to listen and hear; and our ability to connect. Drawing from emotional intelligence, neuroscience, and communications, Conversational Intelligence® teaches new insights, approaches, and skills to promote healthier conversational dynamics. 
    This in turn, can inspire greater trust, better relationships, collaborative and more positive cultures.

  • Course Code: F16-6-NO


    This is a recorded webinar provided by SOLS, free of charge and on demand. It was recorded November  2016.

    "Our future, and the well-being of all our children rests with the kind of relationships we build today.”

    - Chief Dr. Robert Joseph

    For over 100 years, Aboriginal children were removed from their families and communities and sent to church runstate funded residential schools. The schools were placed all over Canada with the express purpose to remove children from their families in order to eliminate parental and family involvement in the spiritual, cultural and intellectual development of their children. The last residential schools closed in the late 1990’s.
    The Truth and Reconciliation Commission was charged with the task of collecting the stories or statements of residential school survivors. During the course of the Commission’s mandate, over 6,200 statements were collected.  From here the Commission is mandated to protect and share these statements and foster healing and reconciliation within Canada.

    This webinar will provide an overview of the findings and recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission as well as provide concrete suggestions for those who are interested in being actively involved with reconciliation in their workplaces and communities.

    In order to prepare for this webinar, it is suggested that participants read the recommendations from the TRC Call to Action.

  • Course Code: W17-4-MA

    This is a recorded webinar provided by SOLS, free of charge and on demand. It was recorded March 2017.


    These days it’s not enough to just have the technical skills related to your work. Increasingly, leaders must also demonstrate the ability to lead and develop others and to contribute to a positive team and workplace culture. Managing projects and leading people call for different skillsets – and mindsets. 

    Are you having the right conversations?

    This webinar* focuses on Leadership-ability through the lens of Conversational Intelligence®. Whether you are an aspiring leader, emerging leader or someone who has been in the role for some time there is always room to up the ante on your leadership-ability.