If you have relationships, you deal with conflict. This is a high energy, interactive 3-hour session on how to manage conflict and improve relationships. You'll leave with new tools and more hope!
In this workshop, we’ll cover:
• Your personal style in conflict
• The possibilities of well-navigated conflict
• Practical tools that change the game
• The key to listening and being heard
• The place of apology and forgiveness
DATE: Saturday February 11 from 9:00am - 12:00 noon
LOCATION: The Community Auditorium at Oak Hills Church, 1100 Blue Ravine Rd, Folsom CA
COST: $10 (all of which goes to the Twin Lakes Food Bank of Folsom)
Don’t have $10? Call us for a scholarship at 916-933-7474
Michael Zacharia works as an executive coach for Fortune 150 companies and teaches cross-cultural conflict resolution at Pepperdine University. He honed his craft as a corporate executive and general counsel, an official in the US Commerce and State Departments, and as a White House Fellow. He’s also co-director of the Pacis Project, a faith-based reconciliation effort in the Middle East, which was awarded the 2011 Peacemaker of the Year award.
Mike Lueken has been a community leader in Folsom for 21 years, including coaching football at Folsom High School. In his day job, he’s the head of staff at a large church in Folsom, where he works with people dealing with conflict every day.
Elaine Brattin is an administrator at the California Franchise Tax Board. Elaine brings us a real-life case study of what it looks like to manage conflict to improve significant family relationships.
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