Re-energize Your Growth Potential: Get Your Big Dream Mojo Back
May 19 • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Time: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Online Meeting (Live)
Managing a Business, Woman-owned Businesses
Every entrepreneurial journey starts with a dream of creating something. Even us small business owners dream bigger than our current situation and set of resources. Making these dreams a reality can feel daunting. Ready to get re-energized on your journey?
This workshop covers the 3 biggest barriers on the goals you’ve set to meet your dreams and offers some tools in resolving them. We will also provide a new way to understand your own power, a method not based in class/race/gender and privilege. We then look at the role conflict plays in limiting your business’ growth and how it can be your own personal Geiger counter (detecting professional development opportunities). We’ll cover four conflict response hacks and provide some take-home tools you can use right away.
Join us for a fun, interactive 90-minute session designed to help you get your big dream mojo back.
About the Presenter: Kristine Scott
In 2008, Kristine took an AmeriCorps job running a meal program for unhoused young people. Almost 50 hungry youth arrived on Kristine’s first night. What happened next was terrifying for a young, small town white woman. Her purse went missing, there were fights and screaming guests. Kristine vowed to never return. But then something unexpected happened. A 17-year-old guest instantly turned the chaos into quiet, polite behavior with a single phrase. This began Kristine’s journey of learning from those she served, people living in constant threat and conflict. Through their mentoring and hundreds of incidents, she began to see conflict as a place to deepen a connection and counter social inequity.
Kristine has since trained thousands of people how to respond not react, lean in and not lash out. She particularly enjoys working with women who are naturally skilled at de-escalation after they debunk the false narratives around gender roles. In her free time, she hangs out with her backyard ducks and sculpts scrap metal.
To learn more about Kristine’s mission to create “conflict resolutionaries” wherever she goes, see https://www.seattleconflictresolution.com.
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