The New England Association for Conflict Resolution has asked me to lead a conversation with attendees at the April annual dinner.
We’ll be discussing the relevance of professional and volunteer conflict resolvers in people’s lives and how we do (and don’t) address that relevance in the ways we talk about our work, our services, our value.
If you’re in New England, I hope you’ll plan to attend and be part of this important conversation. We’re planning a robust, mind-stretching, and energizing exploration of the topic. More information is coming, but for now, here’s the official hold-the-date announcement from NE-ACR:
SAVE THE DATE, PLEASE
NE-ACR’s Annual Meeting is Thursday, April 12
The time: 5:30–8:30 pm April 12, 2012
The place: 219 Washington Street, Wellesley Hills, MA
The topic: How can we describe our work in understandable — and relevant — terms?
Most of us know that few people really understand what conflict resolution is all about and how it might help them. Isn’t it time we changed the conversation?
NE-ACR is pleased to announce that Tammy Lenski, longtime practitioner, teacher, and innovator, will be at the chapter’s annual meeting to help us talk about labels, language, and relevance.
Come enjoy old friends, new faces, food for eating and food for thought.
PLEASE JOIN US!
Registration details coming soon.