How To Transform Conflict Into Opportunity

Join us for a Free Teleseminar…

Does the idea of conflict cause you to freeze up or feel anxious? Do you avoid conflict as a result and sell yourself short? Or, do you get so angry and frustrated that you behave in ways you wish you hadn’t?

Imagine how much more flow you might experience if you could handle conflict with calm and ease.

If this sounds appealing to you, our complimentary Transforming Conflict into Opportunity Intro teleseminar will help you to develop the skill to handle difficult situations effectively and with greater confidence.

Register here http://www.pccommunication.net  for the free 60-Minute Teleseminar and get a recording if you can’t make it to the live session on September 4.

Here’s our little secret, the ability to manage conflict better lives within all of us.  You can learn to access your true self and effectively communicate during challenging times.

To introduce you to how to better solve life’s problems using our collaborative process of internal and external communication, we are offering a complimentary 60 minute teleseminar on September 4th at 4 PM eastern.  In this teleseminar you will learn to identify the basic “keys” to transforming conflict.  FREE REGISTRATION

Meet Your Coaches, Pam and Catherine

Pam Refling
Coach, Mediator, Communication Specialist

Pam Refling became interested in communication and the effects the words we use have on either creating or resolving conflict, after studying Nonviolent Communication with Marshall Rosenberg in 2006. Since  2008, she has mediated for the Community Mediation Center in Bozeman, MT. In 2013 she  became a trainer in the Mediate Your Life program in Boston, MA.  Pam has a mediation, communication and coaching practice, Communication Cues, in Bozeman, MT.

Catherine Saar Career, Wellness and Communication Coach

Catherine Saar
Career, Wellness and Communication Coach

Catherine Saar, founder of The Project Coach, has over over twenty years of experience delivering results as a coach and as a collaborative business leader in highly confrontational settings. Her practice supports business and artistic professionals in their journey to reduce stress, find clarity and to create a life they dream of.  Catherine received her undergraduate degree from Stanford University in Economics and Communication and her MBA from UCLA’s Anderson Graduate School of Management. More

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