December 8, 2020 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Common Good Vermont is sharing this save the date for our upcoming training with Greg Hessel of ReGeneration Resources. Greg is one of our leading trainers from the Nonprofit Management Certificate Program and is a professional trainer, facilitator, coach and consultant who helps organizations grow, change, and manage conflict.
Leading Through Conflict: Organization Leadership & Conflict Management for Nonprofits
Greg Hessel, Principal, ReGeneration Resources
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Good leadership requires high levels of self-awareness, an ability to work with diverse leadership styles, and build effective conflict resolution skills. This workshop uses the lens of leadership styles to look at conflict management and leadership communication. We will also explore our own leadership styles and share conflict resolution tools to add to your toolbox.
Note for Participants:
Please note, due to the participatory nature of these trainings and the limited seating to 25, attendance is required. However, we welcome you to transfer your ticket to another person if you are unable to make the training. The workshop is scheduled for 3 hours and will have a break.
About the Trainer:
Greg Hessel, Principal of reGeneration Resources, is a professional trainer, facilitator, coach and consultant who helps organizations grow, change, and manage conflict. He is a former adjunct faculty in Woodbury College’s Masters in Mediation Program and Marlboro College’s Masters in management Program. Greg helps organizations work in a more effective and harmonious manner by leading change, providing business process analysis, managing conflict, coaching and training leaders, facilitating meetings and strategic planning and improving communication in organizations throughout New England. Greg combines his expertise in managing conflict with a systems view of organizations to provide high quality interventions at the individual, group and systems level of organizations. By assessing organizational dynamics through multiple lenses, Greg takes pride in customizing interventions and trainings so that each client’s individualized needs are met. One of Greg’s beliefs is that for change to take root in organizations, some aspects of organizational culture usually need to be addressed. Greg has consulted dozens of nonprofit, for profit and government organizations over the last few years.