Conflict Courage: Leading to Resolution, with Chris Sheesley
Organizational Change Management, with Cole Chatteron
If you are like most leaders you experience aversion to the messiness of interpersonal conflict. This presentation will boost your confidence and provide skills so you can wade in and successfully manage disputes. You’ll learn how people become entangled and how you can help them become productive and collegial.
Chris Sheesley, MA puts derailed workplace relationships back on track. Senior managers and HR professionals hire Chris when they recognize the need for an experienced, objective facilitator to transform high-stakes or seemingly impossible internal disputes into cooperation and employee efficiency.
With 26 years of full-time experience, a client roster of hundreds of notable organizations and a track record of over 1,750 cases, Chris is among the most seasoned conflict management professionals on the West Coast. He has amassed over 5,000 hours of experience teaching dispute resolution and related skills grounded in his real-world experience.
All projects are establishing a level of organizational change to occur; it is inevitable. Millennials celebrate it while other generations despise it. However, at the end of the day, a strategic change management process will assist any organization to adapt to changing client, vendor, employee and community expectations...
Cole Chatterton's past experiences in the professional arena include the service industry as a regional project manager, national account management with the Xerox Corporation, small business developer/owner, and founder of Weathered Hands & Hearts.
My education and certifications include a BS in Business/Project Management and a MBA from George Fox University, Marketing, Six Sigma. Lean, ISO, Baldridge Assessor, and Career Coach. The committees I currently invest my time with include Faculty Diversity Internship Program, Community Outreach Advisory Council, Forward Edge, and Unit Change Team supporting the education of Critical Race Theory . I currently teach at seven institutions, I am the business department chair at Portland Community College’s Cascade campus and provide business consulting, corporate training, and executive coaching services through my company Paradigm Swift.
Community and global outreach includes mission trips to Peru to build houses, to Haiti as a business development advisor and to China with an academic delegation. I recently was invited to be on the board for School House Supplies and have also developed the Strategic Alliance Coalition.
On a personal note, I am a native of Portland. I have traveled all over the world for work/pleasure but still find the great Northwest a wonderful place to live. I embrace the luxury of having so many metropolitan and natural options within hours of my doorstep. I enjoy remodeling my home, traveling, playing competitive billiards and maintaining a balanced life. To keep my health in balance I have been part of the Cross Fit community for three years. I am blessed to have an amazing wife and son who accept my crazy schedule.
Boneless Beef Short Ribs
Three Hour Red Wine Braised
Three Cheese Polenta,
Black Bean and Corn Cake,
Pico de Gallo, Ranchero Soy Curls,
Roasted Peppers and Onions, Smoked Poblano,
Doubletree Lloyd Center, 1000 NE Multnomah, Portland, Oregon
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4:00 Registration table opens
4:30 Educational presentation
5:35 New member welcome meeting
6:00 Dinner & announcements
7:00 Keynote presentation
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|Event Date||04-17-2018 4:00 pm|
|Event End Date||04-17-2018 8:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||03-25-2018|
|Cut off date||04-17-2018 6:50 pm|
|Late Fee||$15.00(From 04-12-2018)|
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