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Safe Conversations Workshop – Women Transforming Their Workplace presented by Camilla Patten and Female Warrior Co., LLC

March 13 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm CST

$99

If you’re a woman who’s ready to learn a science-based practical process to feel heard, valued, and appreciated in your workplace – even when it feels impossible – JOIN US! If you love feeling connected and inspired by a group of like-minded women in a safe and fun environment – JOIN US! Camilla Patten and other empowering women invite you to be part of this unique, interactive workshop. Together, we’ll explore the power of Safe Conversations® and discover how to move from conflict to connection in all of your relationships!

Are you ready to increase your joy, reduce your anxiety and connect with some wonderful women?! Then register for this FUN and TRANSFORMATIVE 4 hr workshop!

Discover how compassion can survive and thrive in the workplace. It is possible. Learn to feel valued, heard, and confident in all your conversations, both personal and in your career. This interactive workshop is specifically for women who may be struggling with challenges or setbacks in their careers. Whether you work for a boutique firm, for yourself, or a national corporation, these tools can help YOU be the change that transforms your workplace.

Your professional relationships impact your health, happiness, and your ability to face hard times. Discover how to talk without criticizing, listen without judgment, and connect beyond perceived differences.

  • Have you ever felt unheard and unvalued at work?
  • Have you felt alone, isolated, and disconnected?
  • Do you strive to be an empathetic leader that thrives in a culture of compassion?

Discover Safe Conversations, a mindset based on curiosity, positivity, and collaboration that can shift all your conversations from conflict to connection. Build empathy, eliminate negativity, and minimize polarization by learning this simple but effective brain-based conversation process.

Safe Conversations® combines relationship education and brain science into a step-by-step dialogue process that creates safety and eliminates conflict and negativity, both at home and work.

You’ll learn how to:

  • Discuss difficult topics without conflict
  • Feel seen and heard in your professional life
  • Understand what’s going on with other people around you
  • Stop the stressful and frustrating repeated patterns in your career
  • Use this time during COVID-19 to reconnect, regroup and create a path towards a compassionate workplace

It is hard to do anything alone. Courage, compassion, and the collaborative mindset of Safe Conversations® can move mountains. Connect and grow with other women in this 4 hr workshop that will forever change how you navigate any relationship and any conversation in your career.

About your trainer:

Camilla Patten is the Co-Owner of Female Warrior Co., a national women’s enterprise that creates mindful workplaces shaped by a culture of compassion, curiosity and courage.  Providing leaders, and organization, with the tools to talk with criticism, listen without judgment, connect beyond differences and create equality in the workplace.

A published author, and a coach for leaders and entrepreneurs. Camilla is a movement maker, with over 20 years of marketing, sales, and communication experience, she has worked with national brands and start-ups, corporate and non-profit, and is now focusing on the givers and healers that are making a difference in the world.

Female Warrior Co.’s mission is to transform the workplace with Safe Conversations®, Camilla’s mission is: “Leading with courage and compassion is the only cure and living by example is the only teacher.”

Details

Date:
March 13
Time:
11:00 am - 3:00 pm CST
Cost:
$99
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