This webinar is for anyone who would like to improve their communication with difficult people. Judith Katz, MS, will present a set of simple tools that you will be able to apply immediately to any communication situation. The process she will be presenting on is a four-step methodology developed by psychologist Marshall Rosenberg that has been taken up by thousands of people and applied in businesses, community organizations, and government institutions around the world.
- Being heard and understood by others
- Capacity to handle different points of view with grace and ease
- Using language with clarity and precision
- Effectively advocating for clients or others
- Establishing long-lasting, friendly relationships in the work-sphere
Judith Katz has worked in the nonprofit sector since the late 1990′s. After her first year of school at Sarah Lawrence College, she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Pre-law Humanities at Michigan State University in the Honors College, and was summa cum laude in her Nonprofit Management M.S. program at Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies in Chicago. While working at the ACLU, she advocated for prisoners in solitary confinement and undocumented immigrants. She spent three years living and working in Oaxaca, Mexico, and contracted with the US Department of the Interior and the Student Conservation Association to manage teams of wildfire educators in the Mountain West.
Judith Katz Consulting:
Over ten years of experience increasing the sustainability, vitality and impact of social changemaking organizations.