2-day conflict resolution workshop in a peaceful New England retreat setting ~ All-inclusive registration fee covers workshop, lodging, and meals
What would be possible if you could negotiate powerfully for yourself or others while also preserving your important workplace relationships? What could happen if you could navigate tricky conflict at home in a way that actually strengthens your relationship with loved ones? And what would it be like to emerge from difficult conversations feeling good about the way you navigated them and without needing to replay them over and over later, wondering what you could have done better?
Join me in May to learn how. My new two-day conflict resolution workshop in a relaxing retreat setting will teach you simple yet powerful habits of mind and word that can radically shift the way you engage differences at work and home. It’s a workshop for anyone who wants to learn how to:
- Keep your balance in times of tension and feel good about the way you handled a difficult conversation.
- Untangle and simplify seemingly complex problems.
- Negotiate powerfully for yourself or others without damaging important relationships.
- Get less “hooked” or bowled over by conflict.
- Develop new habits that change the way you react during the most difficult conversations.
You’ll leave the workshop with your own personalized strategy for keeping your balance and responding effectively in tricky negotiation and conflict situations.
Registration is limited and my conflict resolution workshops usually sell out, so secure your seat before all spots are taken during earlybird pricing. Individuals, couples, business partners and small workplace teams are welcome!
What others say about Tammy’s workshops
I have been in many different kinds of workshops and trainings and have never experienced one so stellar in its perfection. – Coco Kallis
This training should be part of Life 101 class! – Vermont BEST Initiative participant
Without exaggeration I’d like to say that this has been one of the best educational experiences I have ever had! You modeled many of the behaviors needed by a good mediator — it is clear that you work from the heart and in the moment. – Liz Gamache
This was definitely the best learning/training experience I have ever taken. You are a class act. – Deb Dever
If you have a chance to attend a training led by Tammy, do so. – Keith Branson
A retreat-like location
We’ll be at the idyllic Lodge at Pony Farm in the scenic Monadnock region of southern New Hampshire, not far from Mount Monadnock, “the most climbed mountain in the world.” Just to the west on route 101 is Temple Mountain, recently designated a State Reservation which, together with adjoining Miller State Park, forms a substantial portion of the ancient Wapack Trail leading down into Massachusetts.
Along the Lodge property’s winding lanes, fields, orchards and woods, you are less likely to see a car than to encounter pheasants, wild turkeys, Canada geese, a horse-drawn carriage, or a group of horses and happy trail riders. The Lodge’s broad porch provides a serene view of daily farm life and the woods beyond. Its solid hand-hewn log construction, fieldstone fireplace, and homey comfort assure a quietness that fosters relaxation, concentration, an overall sense of peace and productive conversation.
The Lodge contains a spacious, informal gathering area; a group dining area; and simple bedrooms consisting of two twin beds and a sink. There are several shared bathrooms. Meals are prepared in the professional kitchen and feature fresh, regional ingredients whenever possible.
The closest airport (45 minutes from retreat location) is Manchester-Boston Regional Airport in Manchester, NH. Other area airports include Logan in Boston and Bradley International in Hartford, CT.
The comprehensive registration fee is all-inclusive, covering the workshop, materials, all meals, and a shared room.
If you register with someone we can room you together if you wish; otherwise, we’ll assign overnight roommates of the same gender. If you live locally and would prefer to sleep at home you are welcome to do so, however the all-inclusive fee will still apply.
After registration, Tammy will send you driving directions and a brief list of things you might want to bring. Tickets are 100% refundable through April 29, 2010. Refunds after that date are at Tammy’s discretion.