Conflict Resolution: Take Difficult Conversations from Unwanted to Productive

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Conflict Resolution: Take Difficult Conversations from Unwanted to Productive - Snohomish County PUD

Evening seminar on conflict resolution and how to be more successful when having difficult conversations. This workshop is facilitated by Tracy Rekart.

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6:30-8:30pm in the TC2-BC room at the Snohomish County PUD (Large Upstairs Room)

Difficult conversations are hard to manage. They feel wild and unstructured. They often occur unplanned. And a positive outcome is uncertain. In a successful difficult conversation, all voices are encouraged, heard, and respected. They have structure. And they probably turn out better than usual. Come engage in this interactive workshop to practice a difficult conversation and learn structures to support productive dialogue. For this session, we’ll discuss privilege – a real, relevant, and uncomfortable topic – to practice difficult conversations in a safe and supportive space.

Tracy Rekart is a highly respected leadership and organizational development coach who loves to inspire people to go beyond where they are to where they want to be. She is a Master Somatic Coach and holds a Master’s degree in Applied Behavior Science from LIOS. Tracy lives in Seattle with her husband, two children, and a dog. She is also a yoga teacher, a student of meditation, a rock climber, a runner, skier, hiker, biker, gardener, cook, a painter, an aspiring guitar player, and seeker of balance.

 

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