My post "The Peace that Resides Inside You" elicited some very thoughtful comments on the nature of peace and healing. What practical ideas do you have to help people heal their pain and move toward…Continue
I specialize in unconventional team building, effective communication, leadership and diversity training for leaders and organizations who value self-awareness and practicing positive behaviors. I love helping intuitive and creative people arrive at those epiphanies where they see amazing possibilities. I greatly enjoy helping people get rid of obstacles and celebrate themselves and each other. I believe in individuals' amazing ability to move in positive directions and transform their workplaces in to kind, supportive places.
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I am fortunate that I get to follow my life's passion through my work. It is my privilege to help individuals and organizations build stronger teams, improve interpersonal communication, encourage inspirational leaders and celebrate diversity.
My training approach flows from my professional background of over twelve years experience designing and facilitating trainings and workshops for forward-thinking organizations.
I have a masters in social work and experience in success coaching, workshop facilitation, strategic planning, customer service, program management and coordination, employee relations and training, employment and employability, translation/interpretation and organizational development.
I enjoy helping professionals succeed by minimizing staff conflict and increasing positive interaction. I facilitate interactive trainings in many areas including:
Emotional Intelligence Training
My interactive and motivational approach builds on people’s strengths and encourages them to take action and enjoy life. It's fun to be with people when they experience those amazing moments of insight and movement.
Many conflicts arise because of disparate values, goals, objectives, strategies and worldviews. Well-meaning, intelligent people can genuinely want peace but not find a way to talk about it meaningfully and productively. When I work with groups in active conflict we often look at how people can learn and practice skills to help them connect on a deeper level. These skills allow the parties involved to have deeper
conversations that lead to positive results.
When I help people resolve their differences or deal with conflict I've consistently noticed that the nature of their interactions is deeply affected by how people feel about themselves. When people feel fulfilled and whole they are far more likely to seek ways to connect with others. If they come from a place of pain they behave in ways that mirror that inner conflict. There is no value judgment to either approach, people simply function based on their inner dialogue and beliefs about…Continue