How to have meaningful conversations

How to have meaningful conversations event

Thursday, 16 September 2021 2-4 pm BST

£150 (including VAT) per person. This is a small online workshop with limited places - email to reserve your place

Meaningful conversations are an effective way to make change and important for career success, personal growth and mental wellbeing. 

Many of us avoid having difficult conversations or fear that our message hasn’t landed effectively. We don’t want to hurt other people’s feelings or damage a relationship. In the workplace, many managers and leaders report that they lack the know-how or the courage to lean in and talk about what matters most.

In this interactive and experiential workshop, we will explore how a meaningful conversation differs from a normal one. You’ll learn some new tools, a different mindset and research insights. You’ll have the opportunity to prepare for having a ‘big conversation’ so that instead of dreading it, you feel more confident and competent to navigate it.


Sarah Rozenthuler is a chartered psychologist, leadership consultant and published author. She is the CEO of Bridgework, a consulting company she founded to inspire leaders and strengthen organisations to become a force for good in the world.

Sarah has over 15 years international experience consulting to many organisations including bp, Discovery, Standard Chartered Bank as well as not-for-profit organisations such as Book Trust and Choice Support. Sarah coaches CEOs and their teams to lead more purposefully, communicate more effectively and bring more humanity into the workplace.

Sarah is the author of Powered by Purpose: Energise Your People To Do Great Work (FT Pearson, 2020) and How to Have Meaningful Conversations: Seven Strategies for Talking About What Matters Most (Watkins, 2019). Her work has been widely featured in the media including The Sunday Times, The Guardian, Psychologies Magazine and BBC Business online.

How to have meaningful conversations

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