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Amie Haar

How much do we potentially miss by looking at conversations through our own lens?  How could we transform the way we do business by practicing to lean in and truly listen? By laying down our own agendas and biases, asking the right questions and creating a space that cultivates potential and positivity, we will more quickly uncover the creativity and uniqueness each individual brings and walk alongside them as they grow into their true selves.

“Lean In” contributes to the professional development of attendees by providing them not only with the tools, but also real‐life opportunities to practice shifting the ways in which they hold conversation – be it in training, coaching, mentoring, facilitating, etc. these important pieces will allow both awareness and growth in the way of day‐to‐day conversation.

After participating in this workshop, participants will:

  • Be able to understand themselves at a deeper level, and have the ability to take note when they are moving into a place of “old ways” or “sameness”
  • Be able to create a list for themselves of open‐ended, intentional questions that work best for their own personal style, as well as pausing to understand rather than listening only to answer
  • Be able to understand the importance of, and have the tools/concepts available to create a space of potential and positivity, and open dialogue, rather than stifling creativity and shutting down conversation even before it happens.

Amie Haar, Coordinator of Training & Development for the OSU Foundation Amie is passionate about many things including her faith, her family, the power of a good belly laugh, and education.  She believes strongly in helping others to find their true purpose, and does so by using tools such as Intentional Conversation, Continued Education & Learning, and the Gallup StrengthsFinder. She enjoys facilitating, coaching, writing strategy and mentoring while at the office, and outside of the office loves being with her husband Josh, her children Ava and Miles (and one on the way!), cracking open a new book, settling in for a good movie, and going on all kinds of new adventures.

September 20, 2019
11:30 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.


The discounted, pre-registrations for the program with the meal must be made by Tuesday, September 17th. 



OSU Tulsa Campus700 N Greenwood Ave, Tulsa, OK 74106 

B.S. Roberts Room





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