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March 2023 SPIN -- Conflict Drives Conversation


Certificate of Attendance March 2023
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Getting Comfortable with Conflict Workbook - PDXINS-WIFSPDX
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Date: March 27, 2023

Time: 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Location: In Person 4000 Kruse Way, Building 3 (Conference Room) Lake Oswego, OR 97035


Topic: Conflict Drives Conversation


Conflict is a natural part of life, yet many sabotage our relationships by not addressing it calmly and productively. If you’re looking to:

1. Be more confident in the face of conflict

2. Get comfortable having tough conversations

3. Create solutions that work best for everyone

This presentation is for you!


Working on your personal development will change how you interact with the world—but what happens when conflicts arise with other people?

Conflict can bring out different reactions in each of us. Some may find themselves judging the situation, the other person, or themselves unfairly. Others may make assumptions about why things have happened or avoid conflict at all costs. These are all natural reactions based on personal experiences, but there is another way.

When you learn to get comfortable with conflict by reducing the emotional elements and inner critics and looking at the situation from a new angle, conflicts can be an excellent opportunity to strengthen relationships and move conversations forward.

Join Kate Beck, Founder of PDX Insurance & Associates Inc. and Certified Positive Intelligence Coach, as she shares the tools she’s used to get comfortable with conflict and transform her career and personal life.

Outcomes:

Attendees will learn a 5-step process


they can use to work through conflicts that arise in their personal and professional life. In addition, they will receive an e workbook that will help them process a current or recent conflict and determine the next steps to best move forward with confidence and grace.

Application:

Participants will begin to notice when their inner critic is present and learn how to quiet the noise, creating opportunities to achieve desired results. These skills can help participants work through various conflicts, from simple misunderstandings to managing conflict with generational gaps in both personal and professional situations.

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Speaker Website: https://thekatebeck.com


Speaker: Kate Beck, CEO PDX Insurance & Associates



Kate Beck, CEO of PDX Insurance & Associates and Certified Positive Intelligence Life Coach, is focused on empowering the current and next generation of women to achieve more by paving their path to success; promoting financial and business literacy, inspiring the creation of action plans, and teaching them to harness their mindset to turn challenges into gifts.


Kate leverages her expertise in creating concierge experiences to help individuals navigate the complex insurance world. In addition, she educates and inspires through speaking engagements and her group coaching programs to help others transition into the next chapter of their life with confidence and ease.

Kate has helped countless women through her professional and volunteer work with individuals, businesses, associations, non-profits, and women's groups. Kate is also the Programs Committee Chair for WIFS PDX and the President of TSP Toastmasters, helping professional speakers create a more significant impact through their presentations.


Important information about CEU Credits: Oregon Health Authority no longer pre-approves CEU’s. Go to https://bit.ly/2to0nwB to determine if this presentation will count towards annual CEU requirement for Nursing and Residential Care administrators.





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