11 June 2020 | 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM (Pacific)
About the Webinar:
The purpose of this session is to discuss how to apply two models of trust so ombuds can work more effectively with groups, both to prevent as well as after the impact of an escalated conflict. Participants will review Patrick Lencioni’s team model as well as Google’s Project Aristotle results and explore case studies where the lessons from these models have been used to address group issues. The goal of this trust-building work is to create psychologically safe workplaces and have more effective teams. Participants will identify how to assess and match specific activities to group situations and discuss the application of these models in their organizations. As a result of this session, participants will add group work tools and will understand when, what, how, and who to include in a group process.
Rita Callahan, MS, CO-OP
Rita is a Certified Organizational Ombuds Practitioner (CO-OP) ®, has a Master’s in Decision Science, and a certification from the Institute for Organizational Development. Rita has over twenty years’ experience as an organizational ombud and conflict resolution consultant providing conflict management, collaboration, leadership, and team development services as a neutral third party.
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