Date: Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Time: 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM, PDT
Knowing how to build and cultivate strong and respectful relationships is an invaluable set of skills. It is the toolkit change makers pull out every day when navigating complex dynamics in our workplaces, community projects, campaigns, teams, collaborations or negotiations.
Join us for a FREE 45-minute webinar April 19, 2016 and hear how our upcoming course, Building Strong & Respectful Relationships May 28- June 1, 2016 will assist you and the work you do as a change maker.
- Look at stages of relationship & where we commonly get stuck Experience one creative method for getting unstuck and learning about ourselves even in conflict
- Learn why Building Strong & Respectful Relationships is relevant to social & environmental change work
- Hear from a past program participant about what they learned and the ongoing benefits to their work and life
Learn how finding common ground across difference and building healthy interactions with others can help you build stronger, more authentic collaborations that have a greater impact.
Parker Johnson - Parker is a member of the faculty team that will be leading Building Strong & Respectful Relationships 2016. He has more than 20 years of experience as a facilitator, trainer, and researcher in organizational change, diversity in the workplace, and intercultural communication. Parker also works with higher education institutions, profit and non-profit organizations focusing on facilitating leadership development, organizational change, engaging diversity, and creating inclusive and just communities.