August 16, 2018
11 All Souls Lane - Charlottetown Yoga Space -Charlottetown, Prince Edward island
Building on the idea that we are more effective in our work when we can be authentic and natural, this workshop will challenge your judgments and assumptions - and help you become more curious!
As people working with people. we are called on to manage feelings of hurt, anger and defensiveness. When conflict arises in our organizations, families and workplaces, the people involved often develop "tunnel vision". Judgments and assumptions abound. We may try and help people move through their difficulties and open themselves up to the many possibilities for the future, but this is not easy.
We need to be aware that, even as we try to help, we are influenced by our own judgments and assumptions. Added to the challange is the fact that people may very well expect us to bring sound judgment and strong analytical skills to the problem. Heck - they might even ask us for advice!
In this 1 day workshop, we will explore our own judgments and assumptions and learn how to be "productively" curious. With a combination of experiential learning, and self-exploration, you will learn how to be effective in asking questions, more natural in your responses, and more authentic in your practice. We also think that playing with curiosity will help you enjoy your life more!
Starting at 9:00 a.m.and ending at 4:30 p.m. on August 16, 2017. We will have time to experiment with curiosity using a fact situation that will be familiar to all conflict professionals - with high emotion and communication obstacles.
This workshop will provide 7 hours of professional development. An expanded description is available for those who need one for PD credit.
Participants will book their own accommodations. Charlottetown is a pretty, walkable city with many options, If you are looking for recommendations, just get in touch with us!
Prince Edward Island, CanadaJacinta is a collaborative lawyer, mediator and trainer living in Prince Edward island, Canada. “Never cut what can be untied” is the inspiration for Jacinta’s work, and “untangling knots” has been the focus of Jacinta’s highly successful collaborative and mediation practice. Jacinta is an engaging and energetic trainer in the local, national and international Collaborative Practice community. She loves the challenge of working with experienced professionals who want to deepen their skills to be more natural and authentic in practice. With a great sense of humour and a highly interactive presentation, Jacinta offers collaborative training that will help you transform your practice.