“Civil Conversation – It Can Be Done!”
Have you found yourself in any of these situations?
- You wanted to ask a question on a sensitive topic but didn’t know how to formulate it.
- A conversation ended abruptly or turned nasty, and you didn’t know why or how to deal with it
- Someone said something offensive, and you wanted to speak up, but you didn’t quite know what to say or how to say it.
If so, this presentation and workshop on civil conversation will help you manage such situations. Civil conversation is a skill that can be learned! Learning this skill can lead to improved, even repaired, interpersonal relationships and ease the formation of new relationships. Lastly, it can help you learn from others by asking those important, sensitive questions.
Presented by Joe Ritacco, Board Member of the Monmouth Center for World Religions and Ethical Thought
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