Join us for this unique opportunity for professional
development in beautiful Prince Edward Island, Canada.

Summer Sessions for
Conflict Professionals

Session Details

The Authentic Professional Series: Communication FLOW

- Closed for Registration

Charlottetown, Prince Edward island


About This Session

If you have ever wanted to feel more integration in your professional and personal life, this workshop is for you. We will focus on communication and conflict to help you be more authentic and natural at work, and in your life generallly. This workshop will benefit conflict professionals and pretty much anyone who works with other humans! 

In this experiential and interactive workshop,  we will dissect the anatomy of conflict and garner practical tools to improve listening skills, defuse defensiveness and facilitate dialogue. We will work with movement to apply basic Tai Chi principles to the communication process, and learn how to keep the conversation moving forward between opposing forces. Working from the tenet that continued flow is the basis of fruitful negotiation and the resolution of disputes, we will offer tools and techniques to help you respond, rather than react, in conflict situations.

This workshop introduces a new approach to establishing and maintaining the connections required to harmonize stress and collaborate.  You will find it immediately applicable to your work, and you life.  

 

Session Cost

$200.00 CAD

Plus tax for Canadian Residents

Session Program

This one day workshop includes movement, discussion and reflection.  Please wear comfortable clothes.  While the movement is not vigorous, we ask that you ensure your physical health allows you to participate safely. 

Session Accommodations

The workshop will be in the historical downtown part of Charlottetown. Please book your own accommodations.  Charlottetown is a very pretty, walkabale city and there are many inns and hotels in the downtown area. If you would like suggestions, please contact us. 

Meet The Trainers

Jacinta Gallant, B.A. J.D. Collaborative Lawyer and Trainer

Prince Edward Island, Canada

Jacinta Gallant, B.A., J.D., is an internationally-recognized conflict trainer who developed the Authentic Professional Series to help people bring more integration into their personal and professional lives. She is committed to deepening her own learning and loves the challenge of working with skilled professionals who want to be more effective and authentic in practice. Jacinta's work focuses on how we can understand and articulate what matters most in the midst of conflict and strong emotion. rnrnHarmony Wagner is a practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine and a certified instructor of Internal Martial Arts with the North American Tang Shou Tao Association. She has taught both martial arts and traditional medicine systems around the world. Harmony developed FLOW as a communication workshop that utilizes experiential learning and Tai Chi principles to examine the "stance" we bring into the world and how that impedes or progresses our capacity to dialogue, move our agenda forward and dissolve conflict. Harmony is also an award-winning filmmaker, and novelist.rnrnAs a conflict trainer working with approaches to curiosity and presence, Jacinta was immediately drawn to (and curious about!) Harmony’s FLOW concepts. As luck would have it, Harmony and Jacinta both live on Prince Edward Island, on the east coast of Canada, which has allowed them to become good friends and collaborators, and has led to their many conversations about work, life, authenticity and FLOW.rn

Harmony Wagner R.Ac.

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Harmony is a practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine and a certified instructor of Internal Martial Arts with the North American Tang Shou Tao Association. She has taught both martial arts and traditional medicine systems around the world. Harmony developed FLOW as a communication workshop that utilizes experiential learning and Tai Chi principles to examine the "stance" we bring into the world and how that impedes or progresses our capacity to dialogue, move our agenda forward and dissolve conflict. Harmony is also an award-winning filmmaker, and novelist.rnrnJacinta Gallant, BA, JD, an internationally-recognized conflict trainer, developed the Authentic Professional Series to help people bring more integration into their personal and professional lives. As a conflict trainer working with approaches to curiosity and presence, Jacinta was immediately drawn to (and curious about!) Harmony’s FLOW concepts.rnrnAs luck would have it, Harmony and Jacinta both live on Prince Edward Island, on the east coast of Canada, which has allowed them to become good friends and collaborators, and has led to their many conversations about work, life, authenticity and FLOW.rnrn