Crucial Conversations

posted by: Beth Erskine
Last Updated: 03 August 2018
Created: 20 July 2018



Every day we engage in multiple conversations, each which play important roles in shaping our expectations, relationships, and outcomes.  Navigating conversations effectively takes certain skills, such as social intelligence, courage, self-control and even humility.

LAMC is pleased to partner with Lisa Alexander, Global O&D Director for Element, to introduce Crucial Conversations.  This workshop is designed to help you understand what makes a conversation crucial, and give you the tools to “Master your Stories” and maintain self-control when conversations start to get out of control.

Lisa graduated from Anderson University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Organizational Leadership and is currently the Global Organization Development Director for Element Materials Technology.  Element is one of the top Testing, Inspection and Certification companies in the world, ranking #1 globally in Aerospace, #1 in US Transportation, #1 in European Fire & Building Safety, and #4 in the Oil and Gas sector. 

Join us for an interactive, fun session on August 29, 2018, where you will learn to demonstrate the principles of communication and how to immediately apply them to your life (work, school and home).  Be sure to register for this dynamic 3 part series:  Communication

Lisa works with Element’s employees, in over 180 laboratories, in 30 different countries, helping their leaders build the necessary skills to advance in leadership roles. Her workshops include Communication Skills, Crucial Conversations, Franklin Covey’s 7 Habits for Highly Effective Managers and Leading at the Speed of Trust, Change Management, Leading Multi-Generations, and Working Styles.  Lisa is also certified with Korn Ferry, where she administers the Assessment for Leadership Potential, and works closely with Element’s Executive Team to ensure leaders are being developed for succession planning.  Lisa is a 2007 graduate of LAMC.

With over 30 years of experience in the human resources field, she considers her current role the most rewarding.  



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