THIRD STOP 2018
CONVERSATION DESIGN. HOW WE TALK CAN CHANGE THE WAY WE WORK
Conversation Design. How we talk can chenge the way we work
at LOTTO SPORT ITALIAVia Montebelluna, 5/7 - 31040 Trevignano (TV)
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24th 2018from 9:30am to 2:00pm
- Welcome Kit #ABDOnTour
- Workshop Ticket
- Coffee break
What you learn in this workshop
Our work is made up of conversations: we speak in public and private, we participate in informal conversations in both groups and pairs, with clients and colleagues. We also speak within ourselves, a place where there are continuous inner conversations influencing our actions. The way we express ourselves influences the way we think, feel and give meaning to what we see and get experience of, creating realities that are difficult to change.
For all of this, we need tools to visualize and grow the way we talk about our intentions and the results we expect. By experiencing how our language slows down or prevents change in us and our organizations, we need to acquire awareness in what can release an extraordinary force as groups and individuals.
Who is the workshop interesting for
The workshop is addressed at all people who are directly or indirectly involved in change processes. Indeed, all leaders or “agents of change” share the daily experience about how difficult it is to bring significant changes in organizations, despite their commitment and intentions.
Entrepreneur, Conversation Designer, Organization Philosopher
Humanistic and philosophical entrepreneur, he has been working and having fun with digital since 1999. He has been a web designer, interaction designer, software developer and project manager. He took part from the birth of the Italian community of Information Architecture. He develops themes of management philosophy and conversation design. Co-founder of Agile Reloaded and Nobilita, a reality that puts into practice organizational models based on the development of human potential. Rock’n’roll!
Agile Coach | Agile HR | People & Talent
Deeply influenced by the themes of collaboration, listening and the relationship, he promotes change through the right balance between creativity and pragmatism.