Wed, September 17 9:00am
We Have to Talk: A Step by Step Workshop for Difficult Conversations
Tuition: $195.00 (before September 10)
Location: Portsmouth, NH
Is there a difficult conversation you've been putting off?
Would you like to increase your skill in addressing a challenging topic with a coworker, family member or friend?
This one-day interactive and experiential training will help you:
- Confront tough topics
- Share difficult information
- Manage interpersonal conflict
- Feel more comfortable expressing yourself
- Turn difficult conversations into learning conversations
Walk away prepared to hold your difficult conversations with power & presence.
Read my "Checklist for Difficult Conversations."
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Tue, October 21
Aikido at Work: Transforming Conflict
Location: Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
What is executive presence, and how do you attain it? How do you manage the energy of conflict, communicate purposefully, and maintain balance under pressure?
Leadership is a way of being, not a set of traits. In this interactive workshop, participants gain awareness of reactive habits and learn to replace them with responsive, intentional ones.
Sat, October 25
Managing Conflict with Power & Presence: Getting on the Mat
Location: Wharton Graduate Leadership Program - Philadelphia, PA
What effect does conflict have on our ability to lead change, influence others, and create environments that are energizing and inviting? A program for kinesthetic learners who like to immerse themselves in the educational experience, we'll be renting a dojo in Philadelphia and exploring our relationship to attack both on and off the mat.
Wed, November 12 9:00am
Managing Conflict in the Workplace: An Aiki Approach
Tuition: $125 Early Bird; $150 regular; $75 P.A. members
Location: Portsmouth Aikido, Portsmouth, NH
Picture yourself exploring your relationship to workplace conflict in a dedicated Aikido dojo — Portsmouth Aikido — as you begin the new year with a new approach to conflict, difficult people, and troublesome workplace scenarios. See yourself re-patterning physical and emotional habits that keep you trapped in unproductive and stress-producing behaviors and relationships. And feel the freedom that comes with getting unstuck.
Learn more about Managing Conflict in the Workplace: An Aiki Approach