2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Learn how to thrive in co-op conflict with practical, realistic, and doable skills while navigating the extra challenge and stress of the pandemic.
We know co-op conflict can cause negative effects like stress and anxiety, feelings of anger and defeat, not to mention the loss of sleep and a decrease in communication for managers and members. By learning how to manage challenging situations, you can shift moments of conflict into opportunities for movement and growth and save your internal and external resources (time, money, energy, etc.). This interactive workshop will show you how to thrive in co-op conflict with practical, realistic, and doable skills while navigating the extra challenge and stress of the pandemic.
Special attention will be given to:
- Managing defensive responses
- Expressing yourself with clarity and calm
- Setting limits on objectionable behaviour
Raj Dhasi, M.A., B.A., C.R.C | Raj is our lead consultant and your first point of contact at Turning Point Resolutions Inc. As a leading expert in conflict resolution, Raj has been providing invaluable intervention services to workplace organizations, school districts, families, and communities for over 20 years. Raj specializes in assessing and resolving complex multi-layer conflicts, with a keen attention to politics race, privilege, and intersectionality. She brings a toolbox full of intervention approaches including mediation, leadership and communication coaching, group facilitation, training and restorative justice processes. In addition to working in private practice, Raj is also a faculty member at the Justice Institute of B.C., Centre for Conflict Resolution. Raj holds a specialized degree in Adult Education, a Master’s degree in Organizational Conflict Analysis and Management, is currently completing her Doctorate in Social Sciences. As a skilled practitioner Raj brings a blend of empathy, spirit, and strategic thinking to each and every client.
This session is sponsored by: