Confronting Conflict Constructively

When
Event has passed (Tue Feb 6, 2018 - Tue Feb 6, 2018)
Where
Galvanize
Time
03:00 PM
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Confronting Conflict Constructively

About this workshop:
Creating Win-Win Outcomes & Shared Processes for Resolution
You’ll Learn:
Can you increase trust through conflict? Through interactive games, empirical evidence, and facilitated reflection, you’ll learn an accessible framework for constructively confronting interpersonal conflict of all types, including:


Preparation for yourself and what to focus on


A step-by-step process for identifying and sharing judgments and emotions


Ways to take response-ability for your contribution and ask others to do the same


Strategies for articulating the underlying values to set up win-win outcomes


Follow-up plans


Target Audience


People who avoid conflict and wonder if an alternative is really possible for them


Founders & co-founders who want to strengthen their relationship and team culture


Individuals who work in teams and want to navigate team environments more smoothly


Workshop Schedule:


Game (15m)


Framework Introduction (15m)


Understanding Judgments--How and How Not to Share Them (15m)


Understanding Emotions--How to Use the F-word in the Workplace (“feel”) (15m)


Using Conflict to Articulate Values (10m)


Practice & Takeaways (20m)


Meet Your Instructor: Jack Cohen
I started the Brain-Based Workplace in 2014 to integrate and apply lessons from a career spanning the for-profit, nonprofit, and education sectors. My background includes a management degree from The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania; a Master's in Education from the Reach Institute for School Leadership; and certification in The Organization Workshop and as a Tiny Habits Coach. I taught psychology for five years and mindfulness & yoga for almost ten, and I spent four years working in commercial finance for a Certified B(enefit) Corporation.
My consulting and coaching practice is devoted to helping individuals & teams make enduring changes that support clear focus, effective decision-making, and constructive conflict. I believe we all hunger for work environments where these elements are infused. I specialize in applying this work within values-driven organizations.


Prerequisites:
No prerequisite

Location

location
  1. Galvanize 44 Tehama Street, San Francisco, CA