Four quick announcements about upcoming conflict resolution workshops and an article in Businessweek:
Calming the storm in Vermont
If you were turned away from my February 12 workshop, Calming the Storm: De-Escalating High-Heat Encounters because it had sold out, here’s some good news: Marlboro Grad School has moved the workshop to a larger space so we can accommodate more participants. The above link takes you to a description and registration link.
On February 28 beloved colleague Susanne Terry and I will be conducting a teleseminar for the Association for Conflict Resolution’s Spirituality Section. In Tools beyond technique: Exploring our inner landscape and using self as instrument we’ll discuss why it’s important to move beyond a love affair with more and better techniques and how to use who we are as the most powerful tool in our toolbox. ACR members should see the announcement and registration details next week.
The way of the master mediator in Arkansas
In April I’ll be in Arkansas to teach two workshops for the Arkansas Conflict Resolution Association. In Little Rock I’ll be teaching The art of inquiry: How to transform conflict with the right questions, a full-day workshop that sold out when I taught it in New Hampshire last fall.
In Fayetteville I’ll be teaching another full-day workshop, The way of the master mediator: Finding your unique mediator voice and using it to improve the lives of clients.
Both workshops will offer CLE/CME credits via the Arkansas ADR Commission. Descriptions of both workshops are available on my conflict resolution events page, which I’ll update with links to registration when it opens.
If you’ve got a copy of the December 10 issue of Bloomberg Businessweek (the issue with Apple’s Tim Cook on the cover), you might be interested in my conflict resolution tips for an article titled, Inside the Elephant Room. The online version is a shortened version that doesn’t include my tips, sadly.