Safe Conversations Organizational Workshop
January 12, 2023 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm CST$599.00
*** Sign Up Now! Registration closes January 10, 2023 at 12:00pm CT ***
A 4-hour, live (online) workshop that leads organizations and professionals in the process to transform their work culture from toxic to relational. Facilitated by seasoned executive trainers, participants learn about the root causes of rupture and disconnection in the workplace, and the skills to neutralize it and build connection in its place. Learn the Safe Conversations Dialogue process with two special workplace tools designed to build teamwork and improve problem solving.
Who is this for? Professionals at all levels from every type of organization will meet in 20-person Learning Cohorts. As well as a professional/interpersonal skill development opportunity, the Organizational Workshop offers a platform for networking and lateral engagement, so valuable in today’s cross-functional, hybrid workplace climate.
Participants will learn:
- The Cost of Disconnection in the Workplace
- Tools for Creating (and being a participant in) a Relational Organizational Culture
- How to Build Connection through a step-by-step Dialogue Process
- The Power of Empathy (and How to Get There)
- A Plan for Sustainability
About your Trainer
Chuck Starnes has a Master of Arts degree from Pepperdine University and over 25 years’ experience in pastoral counseling, working with couples. He is a certified Life Coach with Life Purpose Institute of San Diego CA, has a Mediation Certificate from the University of California Hastings School of the Law, and is a certified Crucial Conversations® Trainer. He is a member of the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE), an organization that provides the highest quality of Clinical Pastoral Education for spiritual care professionals.
Chuck and his wife Sandy have been married for 40 years, have two daughters and two grandchildren, and live in San Jose, California.
Safe Conversations® offers relationship education, not therapy. The information in Safe Conversations® materials or workshops is not intended as medical advice or a substitute for treatment by a qualified healthcare provider.