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Houston Chapter Luncheon: The Neuroscience of Conversation (Conversational IQ)


February 18, 2020
11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
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Morton's Downtown
1001 McKinney Street
Houston, TX 77002

Please join us for a session on

The Neuroscience of Conversation (Conversational IQ)

presented by Jacy Imilkowski


Have you ever said something to someone that unintentionally upset, or even offended, them? Even with the best intentions, our words sometimes have unintended impacts. How do you recover from the disconnection and rebuild trust when that happens?  
This session provides one solution to that problem:  Conversational Intelligence® (C-IQ®). C-IQ is a neuroscience framework for recovering from unintentional impacts and building trust in communication. During a conversation, there’s a neurochemical cocktail that’s influencing all parties involved. These influences are unconscious, however, we can learn to recognize the signs of neurochemical impacts. That knowledge is key to building relationships with intention and having effective conversations around challenging topics.

This session introduces easy-to-use tools for engaging in effective, connected conversations with clients, peers, patients, and team members. By the end of the session participants will be able to:

  • Identify the impact of different neurochemicals on communication and trust
  • Learn to differentiate three levels of conversation and how to switch between them
  • Overcome blind spots that negatively impact trust
  • Apply three neuroscience strategies to restore positive relationships following a disconnection


**Parking at the One City Centre Garage (entrance on McKinney St @ Fannin St) WILL be validated.  Two hour visitor parking spaces are located on the entrance level of the garage** 

Please RSVP by Friday, February 14, 2020


Thank you to our 2020 Platinum Business Partners for helping to sponsor this meeting.





$0.00 Member Registration

$40.00 Guest of a Current Member Registration