Special opportunity! 
Public Conversations Project of Cambridge, MA is bringing DIALOGUE ACROSS DIFFERENCES to Chapel Hill October 24.

What?
Come learn this unique approach to challenging conversations developed by the Public Conversations Project – find new possibilities in situations that seem intractable. Helpful for managers, clergy, activists, family members.

Where?
Community Church of Chapel Hill
106 Purefoy Road
Chapel Hill, NC

When?
Monday, October 24, 10 am – 5:30pm

Registration?
Due to the support of a local donor wishing to cultivate dialogue skills in North Carolina, a sliding scale fee is offered. Please indicate the amount you are able to pay. Scholarships are available on a limited basis; contact the Public Conversations Project directly about this.

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Food: Snacks will be provided.

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Upcoming Trainings

Communication and Conflict Resolution

Participants will explore the nature of conflict in various settings and recognize the value of good communication skills in applying different approaches to conflict. When: Thursday, October 6 2016,  9:00am-4:00pm. Where: OWAS...read more »

Meeting Facilitation Skills

One-day meeting facilitation skills workshop in Carrboro on Friday,October 21, 2016 from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.  The cost will be $195.00. People active in all kinds of organizations need to know how to conduct and participate ...read more »

Introduction to Mediation Skills

Mediation skills can be applied within a wide variety of situations: an employee dispute, a community controversy or a quarrel between family members.  The mediator acts as an impartial third party to facilitate communication between the...read more »

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