Ever have to talk with a colleague about a tricky topic and have it not go well? Or, ever avoid one because you weren’t confident that it would help? Most of us have -- and our relationships and productivity have suffered as a result. Yes, we are psychiatrists and communication experts, but when it comes to peers, we can falter. Join me, AADPRT member Chandlee Dickey, MD, to explore ways of engaging in “difficult” or “crucial conversations” to build trust with fellow faculty members.