Pop-Up Workshop 1: On Thin Ice
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Pop-Up Workshop 1: On Thin Ice

How to use this resource page: 

1. Duplicate this Notion page by clicking "Duplicate" on the top right corner. 
2. Read the Visual Essays
3. Answer the journal prompts
4. Listen to the Q&A audio recordings

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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COUNTERINTUITIVE LISTENING MINDSET 1: πŸ€— Supporting over Solving What makes you successful at work sucks the life out of your relationships. Stop treating people as problems to be solved, and start embracing people as humans wishing to be seen.

πŸ“š Visual Essays

The Problem Solving Pandemic

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The Heartbreak of Breadwinning

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Do You Listen Like a Mirror or a Prism?

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The Order of Operations of Listening

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✍🏼 Journal Prompts

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Think of a time you realized you weren't actually listening to someone. What were you doing instead, or what thoughts were you preoccupied with?

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What would it look like to show up for others, especially when they share their emotions, without trying to solve anything?

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Think of a time you vented to someone you trust, and they gave you advice that you've either considered or did not ask for. What did you feel? In what ways do you show up like this to others who come to you for emotional support?

πŸ—’ Slides

πŸ“’ Workshop Takeaways

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THE BIG TAKEAWAY: Ask this question when listening to others: "Do you need me to listen to help you process, or would you like me to help you figure out a solution?"

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What Did Other People Learn In The Workshop?

πŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™€οΈ Q&A Audio Recordings and Transcripts

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What general advice can I give to someone who is a problem-solver?
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When I'm in an argument, I usually default to using a neutral tone and have been told that it sounds condescending. What advice do you have to approach conflict?
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How do you strike a balance between regulating yourself and co-regulating with a partner in heated situations?
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How can you be effective dancing the fine line between supporting and solving?