Peeragogy In Action #10:
Challenging Conversations

Please visit the YouTube link to submit questions before or during the livestream!

We’re often asked, “What is Peeragogy?” We’re glad you asked! It’s been explained as the “art and science of collaboration,” or “the no-longer-missing guide to peer learning & peer production.”

Why do we avoid challenging or difficult conversations? What patterns can we draw on for the best outcome?

What do you intend to accomplish by engaging in a difficult conversation? Having a goal in mind when you come into one and determining if your counterpart comes with an entrenched position can help to dispel anxiety about the impending interaction and promote the best outcome.

Host Joe Corneli teases out patterns & best practices for productive interactions, with guests Judith Benham of Open Global Mind, and Richard Butler, DEI co-chair at US Rowing and Wellness Coordinator for the City of Pittsburgh.