Are you an open-minded person?
Of course you are! It’s other people who are the problem, right? Sometimes trying to communicate with them is frustrating, drains your energy, and feels nearly impossible.
But guess what? Those people think they are open-minded too, and they probably think you’re the problem.
What if you could turn the desert of miscommunication that exists into an oasis where you can have refreshing conversations, that allow you both to understand where the other is coming from so you can develop empathy, insight and reach mutually beneficial agreements?
In OASIS™ Conversations, Ann Van Eron draws on scientific brain research and her years of coaching experience to teach readers a process to achieving mind-opening connections with others.
Find out why global organizations, Fortune 500 corporations, and even families are benefiting from the OASIS Conversation process. Learn how to minimize misunderstandings and reap amazing results. A better way awaits you in these pages. You will learn how to lead with an open mindset to ensure unparalleled results.
“Whether one aspires simply to be more socially intelligent or a more effective change leader—or both—following Ann’s advice and suggestions will lead the way for such a worthy journey and set of goals.”
— W. Warner Burke, Ph.D., Teachers College, Columbia University
“We can be taught to be emotionally smarter. Ann provides clear instruction for her proven method.”
—Raymond E. Crossman, Ph.D., President, Adler University
“I don’t think that any modern organization can survive without practicing OASIS.”
— Nena Stoiljkovic, ,VP, Global Client Services, International Finance Corporation
“I highly recommend this book for every executive who wants to make change real.”
— Sean McGrath, Ph.D., SVP, Global Human Resources, World Bank
“UN leaders consistently report successful results using the memorable and practical OASIS process.”
— Maryel Janson, Learning, Leadership and Organization Development, United Nations
“The OASIS method has been a safe haven for me in an uncertain world.”
— Kelly Wojda, Director of Diversity & Talent, Caterpillar
“The importance of having an open mind and being curious about the other person’s point of view is so important.”
— Robert Trefry, former CEO of Bridgeport Hospital and Yale-New Haven Health System
Ann Van Eron, Ph.D., MCC is founder and principal of Potentials, a global coaching and organization development consulting firm with experience coaching leaders and teams all over the world for over twenty-five years. She is certified as a Master Coach and has a doctorate in Organization Psychology from Columbia University. www.Potentials.com