Master the Skills that Bring People Together
The world is changing, and so is the workplace. The days of rigid hierarchy are fading, and the future of work looks very different than it did 50, or even 20 years ago.
Changing how we interact and work together is a big business. There’s a dizzying array of methods, techniques and systems for helping people function better together.
But here’s the thing: Few of those methods help us improve the way we relate with the people around us everyday.
Most of the time, "people skills" are taken for granted. “You either have it, or you don’t.” That isn't true—people skills are developed and practiced.
Bringing people together to cooperate and collaborate effectively requires human-to-human skills.
If you are working with teams and groups, your effectiveness depends on bringing people together. If you are facilitating or leading change, your impact depends on skilled communication and relating. If you are leading or guiding others, your behavior has a huge influence on how people around you function everyday.
Announcing a new online training with award-winning facilitator, conflict resolution expert, author and trainer, Diane Musho Hamilton:
- Training Starts on Tuesday, January 24th
- Sessions will take place weekly on Tuesdays at 12 pm MT
- Live, interactive video training sessions will be 75-minutes long
- Each session will include teaching, interactive practice, and Q&A
- Training includes supplemental reading and summary PDFs of all sessions
- All sessions will be recorded and available for download
This training has been approved for professional continuing education credits by the following HR and Coach Certification accreditation organizations:
Thousands of people around the world have benefitted from the extraordinary depth and skill of Diane Musho Hamilton’s teachings. Diane is an exceptionally gifted mediator, master facilitator, author, trainer, and consultant. As a mediator, she is well known as an innovator in dialogues, especially conversations about culture, religion, race and gender relations. She is the recipient of several prestigious awards for her work in this area, including the Peter W. Billings Award from the Utah State Bar, the Utah Council on Conflict Resolution Peacekeeper Award, the Judicial Administration Award and Friend of the Court. Diane is also the 2016 recipient of the Brigham Young University Peacekeeper of the Year Award. She is the Co-Founder of the acclaimed Integral Facilitator Training Program.
Diane is the author of Everything is Workable: A Zen Approach to Conflict Resolution, is a contributor to Harvard Business Review, and her newest book, The Zen of You and Me, will be released in March 2017.
Praise for the Value of Diane's Teaching
Training with Diane has shifted the way I relate and collaborate, allowing me to become more trusting, co-creative and life giving. This has been key, allowing me to take on significantly more complex projects, both in my private life and at work, while at the same time experiencing more ease, support and aliveness.Alexander Streubel, Entrepreneur
"Training with Diane has massively expanded my confidence in navigating relational dynamics, both professionally and personally. Her broad professional experience combined with her ability to teach complex insights in engaging ways has up-leveled the way I communicate and completely changed the way I approach conflict"Pete Strom, Restauranteur & Consultant
Diane’s mastery in relating and communicating, plus her skill in helping others “see” was exactly what I was searching for. Training with her has catapulted me to another level of skill that I need in order to truly help individuals and groups transform.Amy Pasquale, Consultant & Coach
My work with Diane has enabled me to communicate with much greater clarity, compassion and confidence—regardless of the issue or the audience. As a coach, facilitator and consultant, my best client work reflects what I have learned from Diane every single day.Cathy Robinson, Integral Master CoachTM
Imagine if every person who interacted with you
experienced you as clear, compassionate, wise, and insightful.
Learn to see inside the subtle, hidden dynamics of conflict
Expand the options and tools you have available in your response to conflict
Learn to cut through unspoken and entrenched dynamics
Relax and trust yourself in the presence of conflict