Tuesday, June 27
This event is SOLD OUT contact Bobbi at 218.359.0525 or [email protected]
to be put on the waiting list.
3:30 to 5 p.m.
Sanctuary Event Center, 670 Fourth Avenue North, Fargo.
Attendees may park in Sanctuary’s lot to the south of the building or use on-street parking.
Throughout our lives, we regularly face situations that have the potential to be life changing. Whether it is a decision that can send us down a new path or an interaction that changes a relationship, our lives are full of crucial moments. Unfortunately, there is less flexibly for missteps in some situations, like the workplace. We often find ourselves “playing it safe” to avoid taking risks that have irreversible consequences. Although it is wise to be careful about what we say and do, we also must consider the significance of doing or saying nothing.
- Can you identify your core values and consider them when making key decisions?
- What strategies do you use to deal with challenges?
- When was the last time you engaged in a crucial conversation and how did it go?
This session is designed to help participants gain a better understanding of their core values, consider the opportunities for crucial conversations and develop strategies that can be implemented in their daily lives.
Dr. Stephanie Ahlfeldt is an associate professor of communication studies and the department chair of the Communication Studies and Theatre Art department at Concordia College. She received her Ph.D. in communication from NDSU in 2004. She has been studying and teaching communication for over 16 years including courses in interpersonal communication, relational communication in the workplace, interviewing and computer-mediated communication. She lives in Fargo with her husband, Bill, and two children, Will and Ellie.
Please consider bringing pads, tampons, washcloths, women's underwear, deodorant, hand sanitizer, a toothbrush or toothpaste, to donate to Herstory, which is our YEA! winner Bridget McManamon’s business.
Chamber Members: $25 in advance | $30 at the door
Non-Members: $35 in advance | $40 at the door