Wednesday, July 12, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM CDT
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American Swedish Institute 
2600 Park Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55407

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Bethany Whitehead 
Metropolitan Regional Arts Council 

Interpersonal Conflict Resolution Workshop 

How do differences influence the ways in which we process and resolve various types of interpersonal conflicts? In this interactive workshop, a model for thinking about your own and others conflict style will be shared and discussed. Through an experiential exercise and discussion participants will come away with tools for relating with both coworkers and those they serve outside they various organizations represented. The presentation will utilize audience response technology or “clickers” so that everyone has a voice, can give opinions, and provide feedback. 

Workshop is presented by Working Better2gether, which is Colette Campbell and Jonathan Stuart.
Colette Campbell Stuart is an insightful and energetic leadership strategist, with a unique combination of training and experience that prepares her for almost any audience or situation. She was raised in Canada by Jamaican-born parents, and has lived and/or taught on almost every continent in the world, providing her with a rich world perspective. In the fifteen years that Colette has been providing coaching, training, and mediation services, she has become known for her dynamic ability to help others create powerful shifts in their own thinking and behavior. Colette holds degrees in religious studies and counseling, management and leadership, and human development. She is also a civil and family mediator and received her training from Hamline Law School.  

Jonathan Stuart specializes in writing and teaching for business and educational purposes. He has experience working in South Korea and South Africa, Guatemala and in the Twin Cities. His clients include the City of Minneapolis, Century College, Habitat for Humanity, and Anoka Ramsey Community College. Dr. Stuart is also a Fulbright Scholar and offers both workplace mediation and meeting facilitation services. He holds an M.A. in Human Resource Development & Adult Education and a PhD in Organizational Leadership both from the University of Minnesota. 

American Swedish Institute has free parking in an adjacent lot to the front door. Bus lines 21 and 5 both come within a few blocks of the museum and there is bike parking near the main entrance. If ASL interpretation or other accommodation would help you enjoy this training session please contact Bethany at bethany@mrac.org.