Process Oriented Conflict Facilitation Waiting List
With David Hatfield
Conflict is natural and, with proper facilitation, can bring us much closer to ourselves and each other.
Interpersonal conflict is an inevitable and basic human experience, and is generally a challenging one. It is found in our relationships, organizations, dreams and bodies. With effective facilitation conflict can bring insights, resolutions, healing and relationship growth. The results from unaddressed conflict are predictable: decline in trust, distancing in our relationships, increased stress and poor health. In organizations, conflict effectiveness is crucial to team cohesion, staff retention, innovative practice, motivation and meeting objectives. To move through stuck polarities we need to learn more about how to sit in the fire of conflict while staying cool enough to facilitate.
This program will focus on:
- Safety in groups
- Deep Democracy and marginalization
- Working with accusation and criticism
- Working with 4 phases of conflict
- Interpreting communication signals and feedback
- Rank and power issues
Group size will be limited to 14 participants to ensure a depth of both personal and professional development.
Read more about David’s experience of conflict and how it applies to our roles in life, as parents and caregivers, team leaders and HR managers, counselors, mediators and of course, in all of our relationships
David Hatfield, MA, MEd. is a consultant and process facilitator specializing in masculinity, conflict facilitation and improvisational singing. He is fascinated by change and transformation processes and is honoured to support people in making shifts in their sense of self and relationships. In light of the troubles of our world, he also feels a sense of urgency about the befriending of change itself. He loves playing music, sports and zipping around on his bike. He acknowledges that he lives and works on unceded, traditional territory of Coast Salish people in Vancouver. David Hatfield
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