Events

The Circle Series Experience

“So worthwhile”
“An incredible opportunity”
“It made me a better professional and a better boss.”

Circle practices bring people together in a way that allows them to hear one another differently through the act of storytelling. Since everyone is given the opportunity to speak without interruption, it feels pretty powerful for both speaker and listener. 

In a world that feels fractured and polarized, circle groups are a unique opportunity to build community with one another—and the feeling of unity and respect will no doubt resonate to all the aspects of your life!

In this series, we will sit in community with one another to talk about important topics, from setting New Year’s resolutions you’ll actually keep, to getting unstuck when life begins to feel like it’s too much—or not enough.

Join us for one, or stay for the series!
Receive a discount for purchasing all six.

Learn more about the circles series experience.


Managing Conflict: Courageous & Effective Conflict Resolution for Managers

Saturday, January 25, 2020

2:00 PM – 4:30 PM EST

“Managing Conflict” is an interactive workshop for managers looking to sharpen their knowledge and skills on navigating conflict effectively.

Workplace conflict is challenging in its own right but can be complicated for managers trying to juggle multiple responsibilities along with being a confident, thoughtful leader to their supervisees. 

“Managing Conflict” is designed specifically for managers of one or more employees in any kind of workplace and will offer opportunities to reflect on participants’ approaches to conflict and build skills in responding to conflict and difficult conversations with confidence.

Participants in the workshop will 

  1. Explore their own approach to conflict and better understand how this affects their management style
  2. Be able to name their organization’s strategy for managing conflict and use this knowledge to engage in conflict with deeper awareness
  3. Practice specific tools to open, hold and engage in difficult conversations by learning how to move from positions to interests and needs.
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