Transform Interpersonal Conflict into Connected Conversations
Does your nonprofit face any of the following challenges?
- Interpersonal issues disrupting meetings, work flow or staff engagement
- High turnover of staff – “good people” leaving
- Leadership lacking “people” skills or focus
- Delivers a beautiful service to clients, but is not living its values inside the organization
Many leaders struggle to navigate these interpersonal challenges, finding themselves immobilized while trying to advance the organization to meet its goals and purpose. This workshop introduces you to new mind and skill sets to become a more authentic leader who can transform these challenges while building a more effective team and organization.
In this two-hour interactive session, you’ll experience how to move beyond the unconscious reactions of anger, guilt, or fear — and move toward a conscious response of human connection to both yourself and others.
Come and witness the beautiful simplicity of needs-based communication (NVC). Consider the invitation—and challenge—to develop a new perspective of seeing people through human needs.
Participants will walk away with concrete answers to questions such as:
- In what ways am I contributing to the interpersonal issues at my nonprofit?
- In what ways is the organization itself contributing to interpersonal issues?
- How can I engage with people who are angry in a way that is likely to create connection?
- How can I transform my own reactions of anger, guilt, shame or fear so that I am better connected to myself?
All current or aspiring leaders are encouraged to attend.
|When||Wednesday, March 29, 2017 9:00AM - 11:00AM|
|Where||Center for Nonprofit Excellence|
|Trainer||Gregg Kendrick, Basileia LLC|