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Public Conversations Project Announces 2006 Training Lineup

Public Conversations Project (PCP) organizes high quality conversations on publicly divisive issues. They provide some of the highest-quality trainings in the field of dialogue and deliberation, aimed at mediators, HR managers, educators, therapists, parents, social workers, clergy, students, and anyone else who might like to participate in the work of dialogue facilitation. PCP has just announced its 2006 workshop line-up, with meetings taking place throughout the country staring May 5 through November. To register, call Manda at 888-PCP-TEAM x13 or email training@publicconversations.org. To learn more, visit www.publicconversations.org. And to see a list of workshop dates, locations and descriptions, click on the link below.

MAY 5-6: San Diego, CA
Staying Grounded When on the Spot: A Skill Building Workshop for

Join PCP Senior Associate Maggie Herzig and Bob Stains, PCP’s Director of
Programs and Training, to enhance your skills in designing constructive,
purposeful responses to the unexpected challenges that can occur while you
**2 spaces remaining!**

MAY 9-10: Boston, MA
Staying Grounded When on the Spot
**5 spaces remaining!**

MAY 19-20: Boston, MA
Reflective Leadership in Frenzied Times
Work with Bill Madsen, a PCP associate and experienced consultant, to find
cost-effective ways to translate your highest vision into a set of
leadership commitments–backed by new skills for handling organizational
conflicts constructively!

JULY 30-AUGUST 5: Rhinebeck, NY (Omega Institute)
The Power of Dialogue
In this remarkable opportunity, Bob Stains and Sallyann Roth, one of our
most dynamic teaching teams, offer our signature workshop on the stunning,
restorative Omega Institute campus. Learn the key elements of PCP dialogue
by designing, facilitating, and debriefing an extended dialogue simulation.

SEPTEMBER 25: Boston, MA
Inquiry as Intervention: Crafting Questions with Purpose and Impact
In one of our most popular workshops, PCP senior associates Bob Stains and
Sallyann Roth will help you explore the power of crafting, asking, and
responding to questions to transform conflict in your professional and
personal life.

NOVEMBER 9-11: Boston, MA
The Power of Dialogue: Constructive Conversations on Divisive Issues
Maggie Herzig and Bob Stains offer practical wisdom from the field as well
as a great sense of humor. Learn the key elements of PCP dialogue by
designing, facilitating, and debriefing an extended dialogue simulation.

* The Power of Dialogue trainings are co-sponsored by the Family
Institute of Cambridge (FIC) and PCP. FIC is approved by the American
Psychological Association to offer continuing education (CE) hours for
psychologists. FIC maintains responsibility for the program. Total CE
hours eligible: 18.

Amy Lang
Amy Lang is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions at the University of British Columbia. She wrote her dissertation on British Columbia’s groundbreaking Citizens’ Assembly process, and is currently doing follow-up research on the Ontario Citizens’ Assembly.

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