Resolving Liberal vs. Conservative Conflict in the Workplace: Lessons from the Rwandan Genocide

Jan 14, 2021 02:00pm -
Jan 14, 2021 03:00pm

Event Description

Featuring special guest - Carl Wilkens

Some of the issues covered:

Do some of your staff struggle to work together because of the political   divides of 2020? If Rwanda can find ways to heal division after genocide, we can learn from them!

Why you can’t wait for national politicians or celebrities to heal divisions in your staff.

Practical strategies for bringing your staff together into a team.

About Carl Wilkens:

Carl Wilkens was a humanitarian aid worker living with his family in Kigali, Rwanda in 1994 when the genocide began. As people were fleeing the country, Carl made the incredibly selfless decision to remain in-country serving those in need by providing food and medicine to groups of orphaned children trapped in Kigali. Carl was the only American who chose to remain in the country after the Rwandan genocide began. Mr. Wilkens will share his experience and his first-hand knowledge on the unique way Rwanda worked toward reconciliation between genocide victims and perpetrators.

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A recording will be available on the SEFLIN NicheAcademy site a few days after the live event.

Event Type:Training
Early registration ends on Dec 15, 2020.
Regular registration starts on Dec 16, 2020 and ends on Jan 11, 2021.
Late registration starts on Jan 12, 2021.
(GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)