Workplace Gender Dynamics

  • Thu, May 03, 2018
  • 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
  • John Jay College of Criminal Justice: 899 Tenth Avenue, Room L61 - NYC

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MONTHLY ROUNDTABLE BREAKFAST

sponsored by
The Association for Conflict Resolution
of Greater New York
and
The CUNY Dispute Resolution Center at John Jay College


PLEASE NOTE: 


Coffee and networking 8:00 AM.

Program begins promptly at 8:30 AM.



WORKPLACE GENDER DYNAMICS:  

What is a conflict resolver meant to do? 

 

 JAMES KORNBLUH 

AND

ELIZABETH CLEMANTS


In this day of sexual harassment, with crossed boundaries and workplace safety at an all time low, it is important for conflict resolvers to consider how they may work in this space to change the dynamics. 


Feeling safe, honored and respected by supervisors, colleagues, employees and clients is directly correlated to the degree a team can be creative, innovative and show up powerfully at work.  

This workshop will speak to how leaders in an organization or mediators can work with the gender dynamics and intervene to shift the culture toward both recovering from a sexual harassment crisis, healing and transforming the team afterward, and ultimately using the conflict to change the landscape of the workplace culture.





 

JAMES KORNBLUH:  James is an executive leadership consultant and trust agent. He is a lawyer, mediator and law professor with 20+ years of experience mediating, teaching, advising and coaching business owners, entrepreneurs, leaders and teams. James has a special capacity for transforming costly frictions, divisions and dramas into trust, innovation and business development. A gender dynamics expert, coach and facilitator, James is known for leadership, team and culture evolution. 





ELIZABETH CLEMANTS:  Elizabeth integrates the skills and theory of restorative justice and conflict resolution in her support of individuals and systems in their personal and professional growth. She has more than 20 years experience working as a mediator, coach, teacher and trainer. She runs a boutique training company which focuses on conflict resolution and change. She has a private mediation practice, is an adjunct professor at Fordham Law School, founded a restorative justice response to child sexual abuse, and regularly works with groups attempting to heal from harm.   







                                                         















 


 





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