ALUMNI SKILL-BUILDING WORKSHOPS 2020-2021
Session Dates: October 3 – November 7, 2021
You negotiate your salary. You negotiate your rent. You negotiate when buying a car. And if you don’t, you should.
Negotiation skills not only help you get the best price or ask for a raise, but they can also help you approach conflict and challenging situations cooperatively and creatively.
Exclusively for Hands of Peace alumni, the 6-session Negotiation Training course will provide a foundational negotiation vocabulary and toolkit to lead more intentionally and effectively. Designed by Pathways Institute for Negotiation Education, this skill-building training program cultivates critical life skills to address difficult situations and conversations.
Negotiation Training is an interactive course; the learning experience will entail more active participation and less lecturing. Participants will spend over 70% of each session engaging with each other; there will be breakout rooms and other innovative approaches toward harnessing the value of our shared digital space and tapping into our collective wisdom.
HOW TO BE A RESILIENT CHANGE LEADER
February & March 2021
Faced with a global pandemic, political unrest and social upheaval, life as a change leader has never been more critical – and stressful. How do you stop the world from wearing you down? Using the Community Resiliency Model (CRM), licensed therapist Jo-ann Rosen, MA, LMFT, provided Hands of Peace alumni with a deeper understanding of the human nervous system. They mastered the skills needed to keep it in top condition in the face of toxic stress and everyday adversity. The three-part workshop helped alumni identify and access strengths for success and confidence.
U.S. Alumni Seminar
December 19 – 21, 2020
The first U.S. Alumni Seminar, December 19-21, is now over. American alumni brought their hearts, minds, and souls to the virtual seminar – reuniting with old friends and meeting with other alumni to talk about building a better future in this time of social isolation and political polarization. Listen to Josh, 2013 – 2014 and Max, 2009 – 2010 talk about the impact Hands of Peace has had on their lives during the Alumni Panel.