Empowerment for Difficult Conversations

  • 28 Sep 2022
  • 7:45 AM - 9:00 AM
  • Centris Federal Credit Union-13120 Pierce Omaha, NE 68144 OR Zoom


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Empowerment for Difficult Conversations

Facilitated by Flame Schoeder, Coach Flame

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We all have a “difficult conversation” we know we should be having. Why don’t we have them? What makes them so darn difficult? And, more to the point, what should we do

about it? In this presentation, you will learn a tool to help you determine

exactly why each difficult conversation is so difficult for you, as well as how to

shift your mindset so it is easier to have (and might actually be productive!).

Then we will look at specific mindsets that empower people when we are

relating to them and a step-by-step framework to help you navigate your next

difficult conversation. You’ll walk away empowered to have that conversation

and feel good having it!

Participants will feel empowered to be their best selves in difficult conversations. They

will know why these conversations matter so much to them and how to

navigate the complexity of them. In short, it’ll be easier and more satisfying

to have difficult conversations.

Flame’s 18 years of coaching and consulting has provided clients an insightful and

intentional perspective that they can apply in every aspect of their lives. In 2018, she

was the only North American coach to receive the International Coach

Federation’s Young Leader Award. Flame specializes in coaching leaders to navigate

change from the foundation of their personal and organizational values. Her coaching

clients benefit from her commitment to consciousness in capitalism and her vast

knowledge of human instinct and behavior so they may see themselves and their

environments more clearly.


She has been a trusted advisor to leaders, from C-Suite to frontline managers, in

industries including retail, healthcare, marketing, and across the financial sector.

Flame’s wisdom has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business

Review and Fast Company, among others. She is a mentor coach and MCC (Master

Certified Coach), credentialed by the International Coaching Federation. She has also

studied the Enneagram for over 20 years.  


Flame lives in Bellevue with her two brilliant children. And, yes, that is her real name.

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