Craig Weber helps people and teams improve their performance by treating dialogue as a discipline.
The author of the bestselling book, Conversational Capacity: The Secret To Building Successful Teams That Perform When The Pressure Is On (McGraw-Hill, 2013), and his new book Influence in Action: How to Build Your Conversational Capacity, Do Meaningful Work, and Make a Powerful Difference (McGraw-Hill, 2019), Craig is on a mission to empower people striving to make their workplaces and communities a better place. To do this, he’s teamed up with an alliance of experts and organizations committed to helping people build more healthy, engaged, and adaptive organizations:
- Healthy: his work helps people build and lead organizations that are good for people, good for business (no matter what “business” they’re in), and good for the community.
- Engaged: he helps clients create an environment in which people do meaningful work that contributes to success of their team while learning skills that serve them well beyond the workplace.
- Adaptive: he helps clients learn to shift their thinking to fit a new problem rather than interpret a problem to fit their old thinking.
Craig’s work stands out because it provides more than just good ideas — it provides practical skills for putting those ideas to work: from running better meetings and making smarter decisions, to facilitating more productive change and crafting more effective strategies.
Known for his distinctive and engaging style, Craig is a sought after consultant and speaker. In 2012 he was awarded the prestigious Vistage International Speaker Of The Year award, and in 2015 he was named the TEC Canada Speaker Of The Year.