A one day training sponsored by the Oregon Mediation Association
Six (6) OSB CLEs and Six (6) NASW CEUs have been requested for this training. Friday, June 7th, 2013 8:00 a.m. – Networking & Check-in 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. – Training
First United Methodist Church 1838 SW Jefferson, Portland
Eugene session Thursday June 13, 2013
Carmichael Room, Lane Co DYS - 2727 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Abrasive leaders rub people the wrong way. Commonly referred to as bully bosses their destructive management styles erode motivation in coworkers and disrupt organizational functioning. In today’s highly competitive business environment, companies cannot afford the costs of disruption caused by abrasive executives and professionals (such as attorneys and physicians). These costs include attrition of valued employees, hostile environment/harassment lawsuits, and retaliatory responses such as sabotage and workplace violence. Mediators are often called upon to mediate conflicts that are symptomatic of underlying abrasive management styles. Specialists in the field of coaching abrasive leaders, Laura Crawshaw, Ph.D. and Debra Healy, M.A. of The Boss Whispering Institute will discuss what drives leaders to engage in destructive interpersonal behavior at work, and what would be helpful to understand in order to reduce suffering in the workplace caused by abrasive leaders.
Who Should Attend
Mediators, attorneys, therapists, school personnel, counselors, social workers,arbitrators, human resources staff, and other professionals who work with people anbd help manage conflicts.
OVERVIEW: Findings from the Boss Whispering Institute's Research
·Adequate vs. abrasive leaders: critical differentiations
·The most common characteristic behaviors of abrasive leaders
·The origins of abrasive leadership styles: myths and realities
·The dynamics of defensive aggression: Threat-Anxiety-Defense
·The effects of abrasive leadership on teams: reciprocal aggression
·Why their managers don’t intervene
·What it takes to motivate an abrasive leader to modify their management style
·Critical elements in reducing defensiveness when coaching abrasive leaders
·Weak leadership: Relying on mediation as a substitute for conduct management
Presenters: Laura Crawshaw, Ph.D., BCC - Founder, Boss Whispering Institute, Executive Coach, Researcher and Author
Debra Healy, M.S. - Conflict Consultant specializing in workplace mediation and facilitation with an emphasis on abrasive employers.
Here's what past participants are saying: "The workshop exceeded my expectations...it was thorough, relevant and deeply compelling."
"I have applied Laura's teaching to my work with amazing results."
"Boss Whispering was one of those "ah-ha" moments in my life."
"I recommend attending Laura's workshop to anyone working with people."
Registration Information For the Eugene session contact the Center for Dialogue and Resolution at 541-344-5366 or visit www.CommunityMediationServices.com. Fees: $110 before June 7, $125 after June 7, $95 OMA members, $75 students with ID.
Click here to register for the Portland session. Register by June 1st to take advantage of our early registration fees below. After June 1st, an additional $10 late registration fee will be added. Payment must be received by June 1st to qualify for the early registration fees. This training has filled to capacity the past few years so we encourage you to register early.
Registration Fees for Portland (includes lunch) OMA Members: $130 Non-OMA Members: $170
Full Time Students Contact firstname.lastname@example.org confirm availability. A limited number of discounted registrations are available for fulltime students until June 1st.
Fulltime Students: $76
Group Discount A 10% discount is available for organizations registering 5 or more people online at the same time. The fee only applies when an organization completes a separate online registration form for each person in the group and all registration forms are completed at the same time. If you plan to register a group, email OMA at email@example.com and we will provide you with additional instructions for processing your registration.
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Registration Payment Pay online through PayPal or send a check payable to the Oregon Mediation Association, P.O. Box 40041, Portland, OR 97240.
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