Safe Conversations: Dialogue That
Transforms Workplace Culture
presented by Lorie Reichel-Howe
At times of relational breakdown, HR receives the 9-1-1 phone call. While HR plays a critical role in any organization, HR alone is inadequate in resolving relational conflict and restoring broken relationships. To transform culture, people need to change the way they communicate and interact with others. When organizations engage in Safe Conversations, they effectively address hidden workplace issues that negatively impact themselves or others. Whether challenging team dynamics, mismanaged expectations or good old-fashioned bad behavior, Safe Conversations foster greater innovation, inclusion and collaboration within organizations.
At least 3 learning objectives:
- Develop strategies for effectively talking, listening, and collaborating in situations where opinion differ
- Implement communication practices that overcome resistance and resolve conflict
- Safely address behaviors that hinder individual, team and organizational success
Lorie Reichel-Howe, Conversations in the Workplace
Lorie Reichel-Howe is founder of Conversations in the Workplace. She equips managers and teams to have “safe conversations” – transformative dialogue that uncovers hidden workplace issues. Whether challenging team dynamics, mismanaged expectations or old-fashioned bad behavior, “safe conversations” foster greater innovation, inclusion and collaboration within organizations.
With over 20 years of experience in communications and relationship management, training and development, Lorie is passionate about supporting organizations in creating a culture where people love where they work and love the people they work with. Lorie has supported organizations such as SHRM, NCHRA, Human Capital Institute, WITI (Women in Technology International), Association for Dispute Resolution Northern California, Workforce Institute, Rimini Street Incorporation, San Jose State University and Santa Clara County Office of Education.
Lorie mediates for Santa Clara Superior Court and Santa Clara Department of Human Relations.
Learn more about Lorie’s impact at www.ConversationsIntheWorkplace.com
This program is valid for 1.0 PDC for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit www.shrmcertification.org.
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