Managing Difficult Conversations at Work
12

Wednesday, 12 May

1 2 pm EDT

GA D.C. (Online)

Online Class
Livestream
FREE!
Regular Ticket

Questions? Read our FAQs

Managing Difficult Conversations at Work | May 12

Allie Armitage Photo


Self Discovery Coach and Educator

Stacy Campesi Photo


Owner, SLC Coaching

12

Wednesday, 12 May

1 2 pm EDT

GA D.C. (Online)

Online Class
Livestream
FREE!
Regular Ticket

Questions? Read our FAQs

About This Workshop

Most human beings tend to avoid conflict…have you noticed?

Workplace conflict and tension are inevitable; when working closely with others, we often face tricky conversations on a range of topics, be it mental health, performance, burnout, promotion or bad management.

When handled correctly, however, these conversations can be turned into opportunities to fix problems, build trust, and boost respect and understanding.

In this event you will learn how to approach tricky conversations with confidence. Participants will have actionable strategies for leveraging strengths and addressing challenging areas.

Takeaways

  • Learn theories and strategies on key concepts such as gender roles, personalities, confidence and communication styles.
  • Understand the underlining mental and mindful strategies associated with having successful and easier conversations.
  • Learn about strategies to have difficult conversations online and offline.
  • Develop a routine which will give you a step by step strategy for feeling calm, present, ready and able to make an impact when conversing.
  • Learn how to structure, present and deliver and handle stress and nerves in high-pressure situations.
  • Receive feedback to help identify your communication styles, strengths and weaknesses combined with time to practice improvement.
  • Participate in team building activities which will enhance your communication skills and abilities to connect with new people.

Preparation

This event is taken completely online via Zoom.

About the Instructors

Allie Armitage Photo

Self Discovery Coach and Educator

Allie Armitage helps people create fulfilling lives that feel true to who they are inside. Her approach blends self awareness tools, including emotional intelligence and mindfulness, with entrepreneurial and design processes. She has worked with organizations such as General Assembly, the Conscious Venture Lab, Cureate, and the Laudato Si accelerator at the Vatican, among others. Allie also served as an adjunct professor at the University of Maryland’s Academy for Innovation & Entrepreneurship. Her first foray was experiencing startup life firsthand, co-founding a stationless bike share called weBike. Through the journey, Allie realized how fundamental personal growth was to bringing an idea to life; as well as to many life endeavors. She followed this thread to study a variety of tools, methodologies, frameworks and approaches to better understand herself and her capacity to create. Now she pulls from her training and experiences to offer coaching, training and workshops that help others navigate life with greater clarity, possibility, intention, and magic. You can find out about her work through Idea Birthing, her general website, or on .

Stacy Campesi Photo

Owner,
SLC Coaching

Stacy Campesi is an Organization Development Consultant and Executive Coach with over 10 years of experience. Stacy is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coach Federation.

Stacy knows that there is no one size fits all formula to leadership development. Instead, she helps her clients identify their own formula for success by uncovering their blinds spots, embracing their hidden strengths, and becoming the kind of leader that they would want to follow.

And as a result, her clients are able to have a healthy relationship with their calendar and their team, boost company culture with happier employees, let others help so they can do the big picture thinking that’s needed, set clear goals and priorities so their teams can stop spinning their wheels, and put customers back in the spotlight so they can have a remarkable experience.

Refund Policy

We understand that, sometimes, plans change. If you can no longer make it to a class or workshop, please email us at least 7 days before the scheduled event date. No refunds will be given to cancellations made within a week of the class or workshop.

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