Results-Oriented Dialogue
Results-Oriented Dialogue for Corporations and Organizations

Results-Oriented Dialogue offers programs designed to assist organizations to become High Performance Organizations, by identifying and helping organizations overcome existing institutional, inter-group, and even inter-personal barriers to the free flow of ideas and information essential to organizational creativity, productivity, and profitability.    Depending upon specific issues to be addressed, this program works with diverse elements of the organization from the Board, to key management, to teams, and administrative and production sectors of the organization. More and more successful corporations and organizations see dialogic methods as a significant source of competitive advantage.  IISD brings its own well-tested and highly effective methods to this work.

Results-Oriented Dialogue improves organizational performance by addressing and removing the human obstacles to the free flow of information critical to engaging the full range of talents and ideas within the organization.   By creating conditions under which issues that were previously seen as “unspeakable” are routinely raised and addressed, the organization begins to tap the full potential of its employees and workers.
Results-Oriented Dialogue raises to a new plane the quality of organizational decision-making by enhancing the organization’s capacity to listen deeply to others’ ideas, while suspending judgments, thus enabling the organization to benefit from much broader range of ideas.
Results-Oriented Dialogue fosters processes that create deep personal buy-in by those upon whom successful implementation depends, by engaging them in the decision-process itself.
Results-Oriented Dialogue’s uniqueness is its focus upon and proven methods for fundamentally changing working relationships within an organization. Individual work motivation and organizational performance increase as people come to feel “heard,” as they come to understand their colleagues as more complete and complex persons, as they develop respect and appreciation for differences, and as they learn to make constructive, practical use of these differences in dealing with everyday challenges.
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