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Resilient in Conflict: A Mindfulness-Based Strategy To Transform How You Manage YOU in Conflict
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How we manage our emotional state can make the difference between skillfully leading through conflict or mindlessly reacting to it. This half-day course is specially designed for those who manage people. We use several modalities to foster insight and learning, including hands-on mindfulness training, individual and group activities, and group discussion. You will walk away with more actionable tools in your conflict management toolbox.

 Export to Your Calendar 3/2/2020
When: March 2, 2020
9:00am-1:00pm
Where: National Academy of Public Administration
1600 K Street NW
#400
Washington, District of Columbia  20006
United States
Contact: Jason Briefel


Online registration is available until: 3/2/2020
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Many of us would rather be stampeded by wild horses than deal with workplace conflict. Yet conflict is inevitable and exists in every organization, with untold financial, organizational, and human costs.

What too few realize, and fewer still address, are the emotional forces that catalyze conflict. Many of us have been taught dispute resolution techniques, but as good as these techniques are, they’re useless if we are too emotionally overwrought to use them.

How we manage our emotional state can make the difference between skillfully leading through conflict or mindlessly reacting to it. This workshop will help you gain new insights into your inner terrain and the habituated ways you see and respond in conflict.  And we’ll provide tools to help you bring greater awareness to your emotional experience, and manage your inner state more resourcefully.  In this way, you can lead through conflict with greater mindfulness, confidence and strength.

Join SEA and Resilient at Work to dig into these issues with greater insights and tools.

Not yet convinced to take this workshop? Read on for reasons why you should, what you'll learn, and who you'll be learning from.

 

WHY SHOULD YOU TAKE THIS WORKSHOP?

This half-day course is specially designed for those who manage people.  We use several modalities to foster insight and learning, including hands-on mindfulness training, individual and group activities, and group discussion.  You will walk away with more actionable tools in your conflict management toolbox. 


ABOUT THE WORKSHOP:
 A Half-Day, Hands on Working Lab for Managers Seeking Greater Resilience and Wisdom in Dealing With Conflict; Participants will receive a free book by NATO Medal recipient, author, and meditation teacher Phillis Morgan, J.D.


KEY WORKSHOP TAKEAWAYS:

  • Learn how self-regulation is an essential but neglected key ingredient for better conflict management
  • Learn a comprehensive approach to help you manage YOU, in conflict
  • Learn how to respond more intentionally and less unconsciously or reactively in conflict, using evidence-based, mindfulness approaches
  • Walk away with more actionable tools in your conflict management toolbox

 

Meet Your Teachers

 

Phillis Morgan is the founder of Resilient At Work, a consultancy that helps organizations tackle intolerable levels of workplace conflict, stress from “go-go” environments, and bias, using workplace-centric, mindfulness-based programs.  These programs help reduce stress and strife, increase respect and civility, and free up conflict resources for other business initiatives.   Phillis is a NATO Medal recipient, meditation teacher, executive coach and employment lawyer.  She has worked in conflict environments for 30 years, including Afghanistan, Uganda and Nepal, and has studied mindfulness meditation with masters in Thailand and India. She has defended the federal government’s largest employers, including the Departments of Homeland Security, Defense and Justice, as well as Fortune 100 companies, in hundreds of legal actions with billions of dollars and reputations at risk.  Phillis has advised CEOs, Cabinet secretaries, military generals, and senior executive service members.  Phillis is committed to working with organizations and individuals in ways that seek to shift thinking so that a process of integrated, sustained development can occur.

 

Mark Bates is a former executive leader in military psychological health and Air Force pilot who brings extensive experience in helping organizations develop their employees’ capacity for resilience, that is, adapting and growing in the face of stressors and changing demands. His previous roles included overseeing military resilience and prevention efforts at the Department of Defense enterprise level, leveraging science and best practices to develop holistic models of well-being and optimal performance.    His expertise will enhance resilience and performance benefits across the challenges faced by federal and non-federal organizations alike.