A crucial conversation is a discussion characterized by high stakes, differing opinions, and strong emotions. There are many crucial conversation going on today in our world that, if mishandled, can lead to disastrous results in your personal life or at work.
For crucial conversations to be constructive, they must have a shared purpose and the conditions must be safe for everyone to contribute. It’s important that all parties participate in order to reach the best conclusion or outcome.
Please join us on Wednesday, August 19th for our virtual forum as Yolanda Frazier shares with us about how to engage in these conversations and how to effectively navigate through them.
Yolanda Frazier is a retired Lieutenant Colonel, from the United States Army, where she served faithfully for 30 years. Her military career was a very enriched one with numerous military assignments. She dedicated her life and career as a professional leader who was always determined to help others by teaching and training them, so they could meet their highest potential. As a wife, mother and grandmother, she can relate to so many beautiful and challenging life experiences. Due to numerous trials early on, in her personal life, she is committed to helping others succeed as well.
Yolanda is an ordained minister, author, counselor, motivational/inspirational speaker and the founder of Women Connect. Women Connect was established in 2005, as an opportunity for women to connect once a month, to discuss various issues and network with other women.
After serving in the community, and assisting numerous organizations for many years, Yolanda officially launched her 501c3 Non-profit organization called Enough International Inc. in 2018. As Founder and CEO of this organization, Yolanda is confident and committed to living and demonstrating her life’s work that was divinely given to her by God.