Join us for an introductory half-day workshop on the principles of conflict coaching. This participatory session will include practical tools, pair work, reflective practises, group discussion and our Coaching Conflict handbook. This is an online event.
“Social healing is made up of spacemoments of resonance, voices touching voices in a common space.” John Paul Lederarch
Are you currently experiencing conflict in your work or personal life? Are you supporting others who are experiencing conflict? Join us for an introduction to St Ethelburga’s approach to conflict coaching. In these challenging times, how can we approach conflict in a way that opens communication and bridges divides? How can we seek the opportunity hidden within conflict – to learn, grow and transform? How can support and sustain ourselves and others through the challenges that conflict presents?
Conflict coaching is a highly effective intervention suitable for people who are currently experiencing conflict in their professional or personal lives. Coaching through conflict prevents tensions and differences from escalating, and empowers individuals to understand and resolve conflict effectively.
In this session we will:
This session takes place on Zoom from 15:00pm – 19:00pm BST. Participants will receive a Zoom link a few hours before we begin.
Rebecca Brierley leads on our community reconciliation programmes, which includes project managing Journey of Hope with the Reconcilers Together partnership. With over 20 years of experience in faith-led community transformation and mentoring, Rebecca has a passion to equip and inspire faith leaders to pursue justice in their local communities. She moved from California to London in 2001 to study at the London School of Theology where she received her BA in Theology & Worship. Her past employers include Oasis Trust, XLP Youth Charity, and Tearfund. She lives in South London with her husband and twin daughters.
St Ethelburga’s is a ‘maker of peace-makers’. We inspire and equip individuals and communities to contribute, in their own particular contexts, to activating a global culture of peace.