Extensive studies have shown that for us to improve our behavior – to be more civil – every human being must be regularly reminded of their own moral compass, and know how the difference between conscious and unconscious behavior affects us personally – and the larger organizations of which we are a part.
Managing Differences and Workplace Conflict*
Mediation Skills for Everyday People, for Everyday Life
Conflict and disputes are a natural part of our lives. They happen because there are differences between us. Differences in our backgrounds, personalities, experience, self-interests and communication styles – to name just a few.
This straightforward, no nonsense training will teach you how natural forces inherent within relationships can heal wounds caused by anger, miscommunication, insult and hurt.
Self Mediation – teaches participants how to identify interdependent (2 person) conflict, and how to consciously and confidently use a simple 4-step method to quickly and civilly find resolution. Self Mediation is a 1 day (8 hour) course covering modules 1 & 2 of the three module Managing Differences and Workplace Conflict seminar. Read more…
Managerial Mediation –conflict between subordinates impacts a company’s performance and its bottom-line. This two day seminar includes lessons from Self Mediation and expands upon them empowering managers and supervisors to confidently and effectively address workplace conflict. Managerial Mediation is a 1-1/2 day (12 hour) course covering modules 1, 2, & 3 of the three module Managing Differences and Workplace Conflict seminar. Read more…
*CEU Credits May Apply
Elevating Consciousness Beyond Ourselves
Civility means conduct far more serious than politeness and good manners. Morally destructive patterns of self-absorption, callousness, manipulativeness and materialism are so ingrained in our routine behavior that we often do not recognize them.
This course provides a much more accurate definition of civil behavior. It illustrates dramatic scenarios that demonstrate where we have gone wrong in our understanding of the “organization” in both our vocations and also marriage and the family – and how change can be effected.
It offers a step-by-step approach to restore our organizations and ourselves to health. It provides explicit concepts with explicit components that must become part of our consciousness, and may well be the brightest prospect for both our personal and societal well-being. Read more…