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Deepen your Capacity for Healthy Conflict
February 15 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Deepen your Healthy Conflict Capacity
Join us virtually February 15th, 10 AM-11:30 AM
Learning Stream: Healthy Workplaces
Have you ever been in a situation where you felt like a conflict was spiraling out of control? Maybe said something you regretted? Or compromised on your own needs to avoid a fight? Let’s face it, we all have been in those moments when our fight/ flight/ freeze response overwhelmed our capacity to respond thoughtfully. In this trauma-informed webinar, we will use a tool called the ‘Window of Capacity’ to better understand our nervous system’s natural reactions to stressful situations. This will be applied to interpersonal conflict as we explore strategies for expanding our capacity to respond to conflict with dignity, respect, and authenticity.
- Understand how the nervous system reacts physically and emotionally to stressors.
- Become more aware of your own nervous system patterns and your reactions in relation to conflict.
- Identify ways to shift those patterns and reactions to increase your capacity to act intentionally when faced with conflict.
Who is this webinar for? This webinar is open to anyone who wants to increase their capacity to manage conflict whether in work or life.
Meet the Facilitator: Brook Thorndycraft
Brook Thorndycraft, MA, B.Ed., Q.Med works from K’jipuktuk (Halifax, Nova Scotia) as a Mediator, Coach, Adult Educator, Facilitator, and Organizational Consultant. She has many years’ experience in the areas of conflict transformation, organizational change, adult and experiential education, and relational leadership. Brook coaches people who want to develop their relational leadership skills and strengthen their capacity to engage in change from the inside out. She supports people to build their emotional intelligence, build their confidence and sense of empowerment, navigate conflict or upheaval, lead with authenticity and compassion, steward an organization through change, and become aware of their own use of power.
Brook is a white queer cis-woman of Jewish, Austrian, and English ancestry. She brings many years of involvement in social justice work and organizing around issues including anti-racism and anti-oppression, prison justice, community healing, anti-poverty, sexual health, LGBTTIQ2SA issues, and migrant justice work. Brook comes to organizational work from a healing-centered perspective, recognizing both the individual and collective traumas that need to be healed and the importance of finding joy and connection. It’s not only about work. For her that involves singing loudly or walking her dog on the beach.
Interested? Here’s how to register:
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- You will receive a confirmation email with the meeting details once you complete your registration.