Transforming Interpersonal and Organizational Conflict

International Process Work facilitator and trainer Dr. Stephen Schuitevoerder

Interpersonal tension and conflict, when approached with skill, awareness and curiosity, can offer profound insights and make relationships and workplaces more dynamic and fulfilling.

In this hands-on, experiential workshop, participants will:

  • Develop skills in managing complex and systemic conflicts
  • Learn how to handle rank, escalation, and personal criticism
  • Increase personal awareness and facilitation expertise
  • Present and learn from real life experiences
  • Come away with a practical toolkit that can be applied immediately

“Stephen is a master practitioner with deep experience working in some of the hottest conflict zones in the world. If you have an opportunity to learn with him, do it!”

Learning Outcomes

Participants will:

  • Learn and apply core concepts in Process Work such as edges, secondary processes and unfolding
  • Learn how to handle conflict, accusations, rank issues, escalation, and personal criticism
  • Develop skills in managing complex group and systemic conflicts
  • Increase personal awareness and facilitation expertise

This is a hands-on experiential workshop. Participants will be immersed in a range of skills and their applications, and will be provided with a toolkit which can be applied in a wide range of organizational and interpersonal settings.

When

January 19-21, 2018
9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. each day

Where

SFU Centre for Dialogue
580 West Hastings Street
Vancouver, British Columbia

Who Should Attend

Organizational leaders, facilitators, and coaches

Cost

$850 / person

Process Work is a cross-disciplinary approach to support individual and collective change. It developed in the 1970s and 1980s in Zurich, Switzerland by Dr. Arnold Mindell, a Jungian analyst.

Also known as Process-Oriented Psychology, Process Work offers new ways of engaging with areas of life that are experienced as problematic or painful.
Physical symptoms, relationship problems, group conflicts and social tensions, when approached with curiosity and respect, can lead to new information that is vital for personal and collective growth.

Process Work is an in-depth methodology and requires a degree of self-awareness and commitment to learning about self and others.

For more information, please visit the Process Work Institute’s web site at www.processwork.org.

Dr. Stephen Schuitevoerder is an international consultant, lecturer and facilitator based in Portland, Oregon.

He has consulted and presented seminars, lectures and workshops throughout the world including South Africa, Australia, Russia, Japan, Europe, South America, Mexico and the United States on topics such as diversity issues, team building, change management, executive development, and organisational conflict.

Stephen’s work includes country strategic planning, change management and executive team facilitation for the United Nations; executive consulting and team facilitation for educational non-profits such as Esalen Institute and Oregon Health Science University; and team facilitation and consultations for medium to large corporations such as Citi Bank, Investec Bank, Woolworths, Old Mutual Insurance and Providence Health Care.

Stephen’s work is informed by his training as a psychologist, Jungian Psychology, Process Work and organizational theory. He is a past president of the Process Work Institute, and a leader in applying Process Work into the organisational world. For more information about Stephen’s work, please see www.processconsulting.org

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