Meaningful Conversations in Turbulent Times: Facilitating Dialogue Across Divides
A Two-Part Facilitated Workshop with Essential Partners
Sunday, April 15 & Sunday, May 6
St. Francis Innovation and Learning Center
9am to 4pm
Limited Seating | By Application Only
$72 per person | CLE credits available
Would you like to create a bold space for deep, respectful conversation? Are you interested in learning how to facilitate civil discourse on polarizing issues?
Apply by March 22, 2018 by filling out the online application at http://bit.ly/MeaningfulConversationsApp
Presented by the Greater Hartford Jewish Leadership Academy (JLA) and Federation's Jewish Community Relations Council with support from Bank of America. Part of the Year of Civil Discourse Initiative.
Learn to Facilitate Civil Discourse in Difficult Situations
In this two-part, highly interactive workshop, you will learn how to:
Create a communication agreement that develops a culture of respect
Frame dialogues and meetings with clear purpose, full participation and a structure for moving forward
Facilitate conversations in a way that promotes trust, connection, curiosity and coexistence
Provide support for difficult situations
Break destructive communication habits and promote deep listening
For more information contact Jody Angell, JLA Program Coordinator at 860.727.6151 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Continuing Legal Education (CLE):
Neither the Connecticut Judicial Branch nor the Commission on Minimum Continuing Legal Education approves or accredits CLE providers or activities. It is the opinion of Shipman & Goodwin LLP that this two-part activity qualifies for up to 12 hours towards your annual CLE requirements in Connecticut, including 0 hours in Ethics/Professionalism, but is subject to change based on actual instruction time. Certificates of Attendance will be emailed to participants who sign in and log their instruction time on the attendance sheet.
About Our Facilitators:
Essential Partners fosters constructive dialogue where conflicts are driven by differences in identity, beliefs and values. For more than 25 years, Essential Partners has used Reflective Structured Dialog to facilitate conversations and help communities develop their civil discourse abilities. The technique involves preparation, structure, questions, facilitation and reflection. Learn more at whatisessential.org