9. Keeping a Conversation Focused

Three tips for keeping your conversations clear and focused.

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What is "Say it Skillfully?"

My vision is that we live and work in a world in which we win as one: people speak without fear, and feel heard.

This means working together to make good ideas great, letting go of what doesn’t serve us, and ultimately becoming part of something far more valuable and meaningful than any one of us can accomplish alone.

This is not a pipe dream. It can happen. It is happening. Doing it requires the ability to create a shared reality; this means understanding and respecting not only your own point of view, but also those of the people around you. It’s not necessary to agree with everyone; it is necessary to respect and acknowledge others.

Establishing a shared reality is the number one opportunity for creating greater personal growth and collective success. It’s no mystery that we underachieve our human potential, and I’m calling out this fundamental problem that inhibits individuals and organizations alike.

The purpose of my Say It Skillfully™ videos is to help you understand how to work with others and create a shared reality. Each shows you how to approach a delicate or difficult conversation.

All the best,

P.S. If you have a topic or challenge you’d like me to address, please share it with me: molly@sayitskillfully.com

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About Molly

Molly Tschang inspires and equips her clients with the skills to Win As One…which most other organizations never even try to do.

She is Founder and CEO of Abella Consulting, a New York-based leadership development and business advisory consultancy. Abella helps senior management build powerful chemistry to lead together and be committed to each other’s success. This elevates individual, team, and organizational performance and accelerates sustained, profitable growth. Through Say It Skillfully™, Molly makes it easier for all members of an organization (or community) to say what needs to be said in a constructive and productive manner.

Prior to launching Abella, Molly held executive leadership positions at Cisco Systems and U.S. Filter, where she led the integration of over 80 acquisitions. She holds a BS in chemical engineering from Cornell University and an MBA from UCLA. In 2017, Molly was selected from among 12,000 applicants to be a protégé of Marshall Goldsmith through his 100 Coaches initiative.

In her downtime, she enjoys tennis, yoga, and cooking with family and friends.

Learn more at abella.consulting