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Redeeming Conflict

Conflict is a normal part of life in any family, congregation, or work place.  How   we choose to manage our conflicts, however, either fragments the relationships we value or matures and deepens them.  Speaking out of her own experience as an educator and conflict mediator, Ann Garrido will share a framework for analyzing the ordinary tensions of any community's life and concrete practices to constructively engage the tough conversations that need to be had.  This day will include input, facilitated sharing, and reflective exercises.  It is intended for anyone interested in “redeeming conflict.”

Wednesday, April 17, 2018


9:30am—3:30pm

Cost of $55 Includes $10 non-refundable deposit and the noon meal.

Ann Garrido is associate professor of homiletics  at Aquinas Institute of Theology in St. Louis, Missouri. While her first passion is teaching, for more than fifteen years she has found herself increasingly drawn to administrative roles.  Ann has served as senior editor of Human Development Magazine and is the author of six books, including Redeeming Conflict and the     award-winning Redeeming Administration. She travels nationally and internationally doing conflict education and mediation work in both the business and church worlds.

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Redeeming Conflict

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$55.00
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