The Good Fight: Conflict, Use of Self and the OD Practitioner - In-Person Event
This workshop will give practitioners an opportunity to explore Use of Self through the lens of conflict: how it shows up in our lived experiences and how it impacts our professional stance.
We’ll discuss polarities related to how we engage with conflict and reflect on how those show up in our work with clients, with partners, and in other parts of our businesses and lives. A sharpened awareness of our automatic reaction to conflict in addition to skills for more intentional responses to conflict will support participants in feeling more confident and equipped in their practice
If you are interested in learning and exploring with us, please join us, IN PERSON, for a 90 minute interactive session on September 13th from 7-8:30pm ET.
Anne Hilb, MSOD, CDP®, ICF-ACC
Anne Hilb helps people have essential conversations that ensure smooth operations and timely execution of tasks.
As an organization development consultant with a deep interest in conflict, communication, and change, Anne utilizes mediation, facilitation and executive coaching to support leaders and their teams.
Anne’s approach is to work closely with employees at all levels regularly and to bring groups together as needed so as to prevent issues from growing through proactive culture - building which ensures greater employee engagement and satisfaction, therefore boosting retention. Her work is centered around building confidence and accountability while mitigating blame, shame and guilt.
Outside of work, Anne can be found traveling as much as possible, searching out the best taco, hosting gatherings, and spending time in nature.
Liz London is the founder and lead trainer of Constructive Communities, a consulting practice focusing in conflict resolution and restorative justice training and facilitation. She has worked with community-based organizations, youth development practitioners, public schools, international non-profits, summer camps, universities, government employees, grassroots movements, and a wide variety of other communities and partners. She holds a Master’s of Science in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from George Mason University, where she now teaches Restorative Justice to undergraduate students.
Liz creates customized, interactive workshops and facilitation that provide best practices and skill-building for teams looking to promote effective communication and tools for managing conflict. She is passionate about creating transformative experiences for clients that equip them with the tools to sustain healthy workplace culture, handle challenges more confidently, and work better together.
Outside of work, Liz loves to travel as much as possible, cook, practice yoga, and play with her very chatty toddler.