Managing Conflict in an Age of Lies
Managing Conflict in an Age of Lies
Presented by Collaborative Global Initiative
and Earth Design International
Register by January 15th For Free!
Conflict resolution techniques have evolved over the decades. At one time, people could agree to disagree. Then the legal profession became involved and threatened legal action if their clients were not granted their wishes. Soon, public outrage erupted; personal attacks flung at local government staff, consultants recommendations and decisions that divided presented different conclusions geared to support the respective client. In the last five years something even more disturbing has begun to take up media space. People are knowingly giving false statements. What was once the purview of the stage is now taken centre stage. There is a struggle taking place. Some now appear to accept lies as a means to an end, others are frustrated by the difficulty to get to the truth. It is beyond two opposing sport teams; at least in sport there are referees.
Join us for these intense 45 minute webinars as we explore “Conflict in the Age of Lies”. Webinars include a free e-book with references and details from the webinar. The last fifteen minutes will be participant dialogue.
There will be six sessions in this webinar series. Please select all sessions or just the ones that interest you below. All 6 webinars $89, Single session $19.
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Registered participants will receive the webinar link one week before the webinar date.
1: Truth or Consequence: January 26, 2017
2: The Politics of Conflict: February 23, 2017
3: Outrageous Arguments: March 16, 2017
4: Dare to be Bold: April 20, 2017
5: Conflict Arising: May 25, 2017
6: Moving Beyond: June 22, 2017
Kathleen brings 35 years of collaboration and mediation experience leading local and international initiatives. As trusted advisor she facilitates complex environmental, economic and social issues. Kathleen has worked with Federal and Provincial Ministries, industry, First Nations, local government, business and community organizations. Her work includes large infrastructure, regenerative design and environmental management projects. Known for her calm and capable presence, she is able to establish trust working at the grassroots or with senior government and industry decision-makers.Her genuine respect for diversity and sense of humor make her an active team player and strong leader. Leading by example, her curiosity ignites engagement and brings clarity to computer models and other technical tools
Doreen's experience includes collaboration of program management; land use, environmental, transportation, climate change and resource management sustainability and communications strategies, stakeholder facilitation, and team and organizational capacity building. She collaboration sustainable land use planning, resource management, environmental analysis, alternative transportation systems, greenhouse gas reduction, water management issues, stream and river restoration and stabilization, and alternative energy solutions. Doreen received her graduate degree from Pepperdine School of Law in dispute resolution.
She is a member of the Mediators Beyond Borders (MBB) Climate Change Team working with the United Nations on an International Climate Change Agreement and participated in the December 2015 United Nations COP21 meeting located in Paris, France. Doreen is certified as a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP). Ms. Liberto-Blanck served on the San Luis Obispo County Planning Commission from 1999 to July 2005, and was Chairperson twice. She lectured undergraduate and graduate students at Cal Poly University, San Luis Obispo in the City and Regional Planning Department. She has made a number of presentations at the League of California Cities’ Annual Conference, Planners’ Institute and American Planning Association conferences.