The Power of Conflict
for Building Connection and Community
Join us for this free online TeleSeminar with three practitioners from the Fellowship for Intentional Communities. Thursday, May 19th.
If we cannot work with conflict, then we probably cannot create a resilient town, city, or neighborhood. Conflict is one of the most essential sustainability skills, and will serve us in every walk of life.
When you’re in conflict, do you want to fight, flee, or freeze? Do you ever wish there could be a better way? Something that uses conflict to strengthen relationships instead of damaging them? But how? What can we do to reduce the chances of conflict arising in the first place? And what does having conflict in a healthy and transformative way really look like?
Join three practitioners from the Fellowship for Intentional Community, Gaia Education, and the Rocky Mountain Institute as they relay tips, tools and resources on how to reduce painful conflict and instead use conflict creatively to build connection and community.
If you have not done so yet – Register here for this free event and learn how to use conflict — maybe even welcome it, for its power to bring to the surface what’s really at stake, and to unite people toward a common goal.