Get a cheat sheet for every conversation

If you're in any kind of role where you regularly have important conversations with people that you don't know very well, we created a way to get personalized, situation-specific insights.

It's called theConversation Coach, and you can find it in the dashboard profiles and the Chrome extension.

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With the coach, you can select the type of conversation (meeting,call, or email), and then the purpose of the conversation (we have 12 scenarios right now, including: negotiatediscuss pricingmake a good impression, and resolve conflict).

When you select a scenario, you'll get a cheat sheet for the conversation, which looks like this:

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If you select email, you'll get a template for writing the message effectively, as well as key phrases to use:

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Some of the scenarios are premium, but everyone can use the Conversation Coach for free with their coworkers and connections.

Give it a try, and please let us know if there are scenarios we should add.

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