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Carole Robin

Author and Co-founder of Leaders in Tech

Thought Leader


Join us in the BreakLine Arena for a conversation with Carole Robin, Author of Connect: Building Exceptional Relationships, and Co-founder of Leaders in Tech.

Carole Robin is the maven behind ‘Touchy Feely,’ Stanford’’s celebrated Interpersonal Dynamics course, designed to help students develop the ability to forge strong relationships. Carole distilled the course information into book form, alongside co-author David Bradford, in order to share these valuable skills with the world at large.

In this episode, Carole shares the beauty and purpose of feedback and how it is just as much about the giver as it is about the receiver. She explains the importance of connecting across differences and breaks down the three steps towards doing so. Lastly, she talks about how to open the door for difficult conversations with team members and how to suspend judgment and stay curious!

“Nothing will serve you more than creating a culture where people will tell each other the truth.” 

Carol Robin | Connecting Across Differences

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