This week we discuss the power of curiosity to change the dynamics of family gatherings. We speak with Kirsten Taberner Siggins and Kathy Taberner, a mother/daughter coaching and writing team, about their experience using curiosity in coaching. They share some strategies and insights to employee with our close relations as we come into the holiday season.
Their book is The Power of Curiosity
The first 2 chapters are available free online though the Institute of Curiosity here or more information about the book here.
How are you going to use curiosity to tranform your holidays? Let us know @OverConflict
Kathy Taberner and Kirsten Taberner Siggins
Kathy Taberner and Kirsten Siggins are mother/daughter communication experts. After 10 years of coaching leaders in organizations, they recognized how crucial curiosity was to understanding others and building relationships. Before sharing the skills with their clients they put the curiosity skills to test in their own personal relationship. If they could improve the quality of their conversations, and relationship, as a mother/daughter team - even in conflict - then you could to. With the success of their curiosity skills they founded the Institute Of Curiosity, a coaching and training organization that helps people shift from reacting in conversations to responding, even in conflict.
Kathy and Kirsten are also the authors of “The Power of Curiosity: How To Have Real Conversations That Create Collaboration, Innovation and Understanding” giving you both the skills and method you need to stay curious and connected in every conversation.